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Trash bears: Sitka ordinance fits juvenile bear population (pt 1)

SITKA, ALASKA Sitka's new bear ordinance is causing some residents to worry that the law represents a significant restriction on lifestyle, and not just on gargbage. In the first of a two-part series of interviews with the authors of Sitka's bear ordinance, KCAW's Robert Woolsey speaks with ADF&G biologist Phil Mooney about how Sitka's new law is tailored to address the problem of teenage “grab and run” bears.
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