This week the Dave, Mike and Nephi tackle the Alaskan Subsistence Hunting and Temporary Wildlife Special Action Request 21-01. A request to the interior department request being considered to close all federal lands within select game units in Alaska in regards to non-subsistence hunting of Moose and Caribou during the non-resident season.
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ATF and BLM Nominees Plus a Ballot Box Attack on Hunters
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Oil & Ice- Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
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92 Miles: A Migration Story
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The Importance of Diversity in R3: Race, Ethnicity, Gender and More
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Subsistence Hunting in Alaska (Moose and Caribou) Issues
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