Caesar’s companion, Fuzzy Charlie Kozak, escaped the attack apparently unharmed.
The hunter was on a 10-day moose hunt with a friend near the Chisana River drainage when he mauled on Sunday.
Juneau Police and Fish and Game have responded to thirteen different bears trying to get into garbage this year. Four were moved far away from town, while nine were killed because they were a threat to life or property.
The recent lawsuits over drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and National Petroleum Reserve are a lot to keep track of. Casey Grove spoke to Tegan Hanlon to try to sort it all out.
Fish and Game biologist Pat Jones said muskox bulls will “show up in areas first, and maybe five years to 10 years later we start seeing cows.”
The potential lease sale would cover about one million acres of the inlet and would be held next year.
The attorneys general of the 15 states argue that they have standing to sue because what happens in the Arctic Refuge affects their fish, wildlife and physical environment.
Conservationists are sounding the alarm over the project near Ketchikan, and the timber industry has raised questions over whether it would be viable.
Biologists are tracking some unusual stranding events around Sitka this summer, and hoping to learn more about what brought about the deaths of two killer whales, and what has made a sea lion gravely ill.
The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) is asking the court to intervene on behalf of the Organized Village of Kake which took advantage of the emergency hunt to take two moose and five deer.