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Alaska state biologists may use a stun gun to incapacitate a moose still wearing a rope from a river rescue three weeks ago. Snowmachiners had lassoed the animal and pulled it from the Chena River after it had fallen through ice on Jan. 2. A rescuer...
Tags: Fairbanks, Alaska, Science and Technology, Science
Channel 2 NewsSplicing DNA and cloning genes is the type high-tech science that you normally only hear about in news headlines, but for some local high school students it became a reality Wednesday. A science lab in Anchorage may change the way chemistry and biology...
Channel 2 NewsIt's the first peak of moose calving season and wildlife biologists say there will be several more now through June. Over the next few weeks, thousands of moose calves will be born. But that could lead to more confrontations between humans and moose....
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska Department of Fish and Game presented several reports to the Board of Fisheries in Anchorage Sunday. After hearing staff reports, the board will consider over 300 proposals dealing with different aspects of fisheries in Cook Inlet. Tom...
When a beaver dam causes a creek to spill its banks and flood a crawl space, she gets a call. When a black bear develops a taste for garbage left out, she gets a call. Biologist Jessy Coltrane has long been on the front lines of human – wildlife...
Tags: Rivers, Alaska, Nature, Science and Technology, Science
"We're a long ways offshore," Craig George says. "The water beneath us is about 180 feet deep." In late May, a chilly breeze cuts from the west as we stand on a platform of bluish white sea ice. "The Perch," a whale-watching tower located on a...
Biologists are testing the water to uncover why Alaska woodland frogs developed deformities. They say climate change and water contamination has something to do with it, but the research is leaps and bounds behind the evolution. U.S. Fish and Wildlife...
WEST PLAINS, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is asking anglers who fish select Ozark streams to help with a research project by reporting their catches of tagged smallmouth bass. One of Missouri’s most popular game fish,...
It's the yucky part of high school science classes — dissecting frog organs or slicing open a stretched-out earthworm. But in Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties, students are also cutting up cats, and that has some parents up in arms. "So many...
The drought has eased in places, but it persists in 40% of the U.S. and another 10% could revert if seasonal rains stay away this summer. That outlook from the USDA Drought Monitor has many ranchers short on grazing or water at a crossroads. Do they...
BROOKINGS - Each year about 1.5 million calves are born in South Dakota. SDSU Extension is hosting a Seedstock Symposium June 27-28 in Sioux Falls at the SDSU Extension Regional Center to provide producers with research-based information on the use of the...
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