The Delta, Fairbanks, Middle Nenana River, and Minto Nenana Fish and Game Advisory Committee will be holding a public GMU 20A moose management meeting in Fairbanks in the Murie Building Auditorium on the University of Fairbanks Campus on Saturday, January 4, 2013 at 10:00 am.
Agenda items will include the following items:
- Moose Management Overviw- Don Young, ADFG
- Unit 20A Radiocollared Moose Studies- Kalin Seaton, ADFG
- Moose Browse Studies- Tom Paragi, ADFG
- Moose Diseases and Parasites Relative to Moose Density- Dr. Kimberly Beckman, ADFG
- Unit 20B Moose Population Report, Tony Hollis, ADFG
- GMU 20 Moose Hunter Surveay on Antlerless Hunts, Dr. Todd Brinkman, UAF
- Unit 20A Moose Population and Harvest Report and Recomendations- Don Young, ADFG
- AC discussion on antlerless hunts, constraints, challenges
For further information contact Nissa Pilcher. To be added to the electronic email notices for any of these AC's, please email to the address at the bottom of this notice with your request.
Advisory committees are local groups that meet to discuss fishing and wildlife issues and to provide recommendations to Alaska Board of Fisheries and Alaska Board of Game. All meetings are open to the public. Advisory Committees are intended to provide a local forum on fish and wildlife issues. Their purpose includes: 1) developing regulatory proposals, 2) evaluating regulatory proposals and making recommendations to the appropriate board, 3) providing a local forum for fish and wildlife conservation and use, including matters relating to habitat, 4) advising the appropriate regional council on resources, and 5) consulting with individuals, organizations, and agencies.
If you are a person with a disability who needs a special accommodation in order to participate in any of these public meetings, please contact Nissa Pilcher at 907-459-7263 no later than 48 hours prior to the meeting, to make any necessary arrangements.
Board Support Section
1300 College Road
Fairbanks AK 99701