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Sidney Huntington, Part 2
Angela and Sidney Huntington

This is the continuation of an interview with Sidney Huntington in April 1996 by Mike Spindler in Galena, Alaska for the Raven's Story radio series on KIYU-AM public radio station in Galena, Alaska. In this second part of a two part interview, Sidney talks about living a subsistence lifestyle, changes in wildlife populations such as moose and caribou, hunting bears, and trapping wolves. He also talks about floods on the Yukon River and their effects wildlife, and shares his thoughts on wildlife management practices like predator control.

The interview was edited and produced by Mike Spindler.

Digital Asset Information

Archive #: Oral History 97-152_PT.2

Project: Raven's Story Project Jukebox
Date of Interview: Apr 15, 1996
Narrator(s): Sidney Huntington
Interviewer(s): Mike Spindler
Location of Interview:
Funding Partners:
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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Sections

1) Yukon River flooding (6:43)

2) How flooding affects wildlife (6:56)

3) When moose first appeared (6:55)

4) Abundance of moose in 1990's (4:57)

5) Caribou (6:52)

6) Bear hunting (5:51)

7) Grizzly bears (5:46)

8) Wolves (8:21)

9) Wolf trapping (8:51)

10) Predator control (5:08)

11) Subsistence (5:26)

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