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Agreement Could Mean Reintroduction Of Wood Bison To Alaska

By | January 17, 2013

Thursday, Federal wildlife officials announced an agreement that could lead to the re-introduction of Wood Bison into Alaska. Larry Bell, a Fish and Wildlife Service assistant regional director for external affairs, says  a special rule has been drafted  that would designate re-introduced Wood Bison as a “non-essential, experimental population”,  which means land the animals occupy would not be designated as critical habitat.

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