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Conservation through Co-Management

The Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council (AMBCC), formed in 2000, consists of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, and representatives of Alaska's Native population.
The AMBCC's primary purpose is to conserve migratory birds through development of recommendations for the subsistence spring/summer harvest in Alaska. Subsistence regulations were first published in 2003.
Tundra Swans, Photo Copyright Donna Dewhurst
Tundra Swans, Photo Copyright Donna Dewhurst
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REGULATIONS
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HUNTER INFORMATION
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    Fall Hunting Regulations   
    Avian Influenza Update
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HARVEST SURVEYS
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Site Updated: Sept 5, 2014

ALASKA MIGRATORY BIRD CO-MANAGEMENT COUNCIL

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