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DCC Annual Meeting coming up on July 14th

July 11, 2017

Place: Tonglen Lake Lodge, Denali Park Alaska

Time: Social time 6:30, Meeting at 7:00

Board member election results to be announced at 7:00 pm

Agenda: Non members are welcome for a discussion of our organization’s issues and future

Speaker:  Andy Josephson, State Representative, will discuss his wildlife bills

NON MEMBERS WELCOME!

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Help advocate for Denali Wolves at Board of Game: Comments due Feb 3

January 23, 2017

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Map showing extent of DCC-AWA Proposal

The Alaska Board of Game will be holding its Region III meeting in Fairbanks from February 17th through February 25th. During that meeting the board will be considering two proposals for areas closed to wolf hunting adjacent to the northeast corner of Denali National Park.

Denali Citizens Council and the Alaska Wildlife Alliance have supported a complete closure of wolf hunting-trapping in the Stampede Townships and Nenana Canyon, areas where radio-locations of wolves show they are vulnerable to hunting and trapping on state lands.

Read the DCC-AWA Proposal here.  It will be considered by the Board of Game as Proposal 142.

We urge you to send the Alaska Board of Game a comment in support of our proposal. Important points to consider are:

  • The predictable vulnerability of wolves that den and spend summers inside Denali Park when conducting forays onto state lands in winter and spring.
  • The importance of wolf conservation in this region of the state of Alaska, where tourists from around the world come to see diverse animal groups.
  • The economic importance of the conservation of wildlife in this region to the state of Alaska, bringing millions of dollars into the local economy yearly.
  • The clear statutory authority of the Board of Game in providing for conservation of resources, and the appropriateness of making that type of decision for these particular lands.

How to comment.

Click on this link on the Board of Game website, and provide your comments on the form provided. Due February 3, 2017. Be sure to select Interior/Northeast Region in the drop-down header.

 

The National Park Service has submitted a proposal for seasonal closures on a slightly different map.Read the NPS Proposal here. It will be considered by the board of game as Proposal 141. We do not oppose this proposal, but feel it does not go far enough toward providing adequate protection for wolves in this area. You may submit comments on this proposal at the same link above.

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DCC requests Stampede wolf hunting closure this season

August 8, 2016

200px-Fish_game_logoIn early August, the Denali Citizens Council asked the Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Sam Cotten, to close wolf hunting and hunting under a trapping license this season. Our letter was meant to coincide with the opening of wolf hunting season, which currently extends from August 10 to April 15th.

In it, we referred to our long history of using the system to seek more proactive management of the Wolf Townships and greater protection for wolves whose numbers are low in the entire subunit 20C.

Our letter also contained the request that Cotten visit the Denali Borough and join us for our next Annual Meeting. We seek a collaborative solution to address conservation in the Wolf Townships.

Read the letter here    DCC Letter to Commissioner Cotten

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DCC submits proposal for No-Wolf-Take Buffer at Denali’s borders

May 8, 2016

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Despite a political atmosphere that rejects the need for protection of predators at the boundaries of National Parks, we decided to submit a Proposal for the February 2017 Board of Game Interior Region meeting next year.  While this meeting is a long time away, the deadline for proposals was April 29, 2016. On that date, both the National Park Service and the Denali Citizens Council submitted proposals.

We’ve copied the contents of our proposal below. A map of the region covered by the proposal is Read more

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Read DCC comments supporting ACR #7

July 30, 2015

Map of "no wolf take" area

Map of “no wolf take” area for proposal in 2016

On July 30, 2015, the Alaska Wildlife Alliance and Denali Citizens Council submitted comments in support of ACR #7, to get a wolf buffer proposal onto the Board of Game agenda in 2016.

TO READ OUR COMMENTS click the link below.

AWA-DCC comments on ACR #7

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Read DCC comments urging Board of Game to establish Denali buffer

March 10, 2015

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NPS photo

DCC just faxed comments urging the Alaska Board of Game to establish a “no take” area on state lands bordering the national park. The petition making this request was recently filed with the board and will be considered when the board meets on Friday March 13, 2015.

An agenda for the meeting is available here:  Board of Game agenda – March 13-20

To listen in, go to the Board of Game website on the day of the meeting at the link below:
http://www.boardofgame.adfg.alaska.gov/

To read the comments DCC just submitted, click below:
DCC comments to the Board of Game-3-10-15

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DCC sends comments to Alaska Board of Game for January Work Session, where it will consider whether to move to a 3 year meeting cycle

December 29, 2014

Although dubbed a Work Session and not open for oral public testimony, this one-day meeting in Juneau will address important topics, including whether the Board will move away from a two year cycle of regional meetings to a three year cycle. Written comments were due on December 26th, and DCC submitted a short comment letter. A change to one regional meeting every three years has been touted as a way to save time and money, but our comments to the Board indicated skepticism on how well the Board would be able to do its business under this new scenario. The next full Board of Game meeting on strictly Interior issues (Region III) will not be until Spring 2016. A cycle change would delay that meeting further.

Recently-elected Governor Bill Walker has ordered temporary appointments to ADF&G Commissioner and Director of the Division of Wildlife Conservation while he searches for permanent replacements. We’re hoping that Walker’s Board of Game appointments will reflect a more diverse cross-section of Alaska citizens and that the Board’s work will reflect a commitment to compromise and collaboration beyond what occurred under the former governor. Our comments also voiced that hope.

To look at the agenda for the meeting and our comments to the Board of Game members, click the links below.

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Comments to Alaska Board of Game January Work Session

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NPS-Alaska Sets Hearings for Sport Hunting Proposals

October 9, 2014

NPS-Alaska Sets Hearings for Sport Hunting Proposals

The National Park Service will hold 17 public hearings this fall on proposed regulations and environmental assessment related to sport hunting in Alaska’s national preserves. 

To view the full text of the news release that is attached in a PDF document, click the following link: AKRO Wildlife hearing schedule pdf.doc

Denali-area meeting dates are:
October 22 – Murie Science and Learning Center, Denali National Park (5:00 – 6:00 pm)
October 23 – Tri-Valley Community Center, Healy (6:00 – 7:00 pm)
October 27 – Cantwell Ommunity Hall, Cantwell (6:00 – 7:00 pm)

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Come attend Wilderness50th events in Denali as Autumn Begins

August 25, 2014

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Fall view from Primrose

2014 marks the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act and the communities around Denali are celebrating this landmark legislation. The Wilderness Act protects the 2 million acre Denali Wilderness that many of us think of as our backyard. We think this is worth celebrating because this law protects this special wild place into perpetuity.

Just in time to celebrate the wonderful fall colors, come out and join community members, DCC members, Alaska Geographic, Aramark, Denali Education Center, and the National Park Service in one or more of the culminating events for the Wilderness50 celebration.

Wilderness50th events at Denali – August and September

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March-April 2014 DCC News is online!

May 24, 2014

Read the latest local and regional news, including a recap of the state legislative session, Denali Borough land planning, and Denali Park management.

DCC News -Mar-Apr 2014

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Spring Wolf Count Data for Denali

May 11, 2014

NPS photo

NPS photo

The data for the spring wolf count north of the Alaska Range within Denali National Park and Preserve’s boundaries shows another relatively low year. Though the number of wolves counted was higher than last year, the population estimate is the lowest reported since the ongoing study began in 1986. See the attached PDF that contains wolf survey data from 1986 to 2014: Wolf Survey Data Spring 1986to2014_table

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DCC Comments on the NPS Wonder Lake Weather Station EA

May 8, 2014

Wonder Lake Lenticular Photo by Jennifer Raffaeli

Wonder Lake Lenticular
Photo by Jennifer Raffaeli

On May 5, DCC submitted comments regarding the EA for a Climate Station west of the Wonder Lake Campground in Denali National Park and Preserve.

DCC generally supported the preferred alternative of siting a USCRN climate station in a location close to an existing road near Wonder Lake campground, noting the long-term benefit to science. However, we raised a few concerns as the station will lie close to the Wilderness boundary and within a development zone in the Wilderness exclusion intended for campgrounds, rest areas, trailheads, utility corridors, gravel acquisition, and parking.

To view our complete comments, click on the link:DCC Comments-Wonder Lake Weather Station-5-5-14 and to see the EA go to: http://parkplanning.nps.gov/document.cfm?parkID=9&projectID=11880&documentID=58484.

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