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Quit Managing Wildlife for Tourists and Try to Support Wilderness

Letters / Anchorage Daily News / September 20, 2007

Which game unit areas are being managed to increase wolf population numbers so that tourists, who, by the way, spend more than a billion dollars in Alaska every year, can experience the sights and sounds of the Alaska wilderness? Or are the downtown T-shirt shops, hot dog stands and the six wolves at the Anchorage zoo Gov. Sarah Palin's and the Boards of Fish and Game's way of saying "That's it, folks."

What a rip-off.

I would like to see the state focus on wildlife law enforcement and education, eliminating poaching, and teaching and encouraging people to respect and support the wilderness.

---- Kathy Pratt

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