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AK: Illegal black bear station taken down

May 21, 2010

Illegal black bear station taken down

Alaska Wildlife Troopers charged a Wasilla man for illegally setting up a black bear bait station within a mile of two Trapper Creek cabins. Allen Nichols was charged with violating the conditions of his trapping permit because it was in close proximity of the cabins.

Wildlife trooper Dan Valentine said the station was located on a trail west of the Parks Highway around milepost 111. The station was taken down and Nichols was charged with violating the conditions of his black bear permit. He was issued a summons to appear in court.

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