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Quick Look Regulation Summaries

These fact sheets summarize regulations and frequently asked questions.  Each fact sheet includes contact information should you have further inquiries.

  • Caribou Hunting for Residents of Unit 23

    Explanation of new State and Federal caribou hunting regulations for 2015-2016, including season dates, bag limits, and where the regulations apply.

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  • Moose Hunting by Alaska Residents in GMU 23

    This fact sheet  clarifies the different moose hunting options in northwest Alaska available to Alaska residents.  It only covers regulations for the Selawik and Kobuk River areas.

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  • Spring Bird Hunting

    Designed for local subsistence hunters, this summarizes spring bird hunting regulations in northwest Alaska.

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  • Walrus Ivory Dos and Don'ts

    This is a quick reference to walrus ivory regulations - who may hunt, possess, transport or sell various types of ivory and products.

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  • Hunting/Use of Walrus by Alaska Natives

    This fact sheet addresses frequently asked questions about laws for walrus harvest and use by Alaska Native people in coastal communities.

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  • Hunting/Use of Polar Bears by Alaska Natives

    This addresses the most often asked questions about polar bear hunting and the transfer or sale of polar bear parts.

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  • Beach Found Marine Mammal Parts

    This summary covers frequently asked questions about marine mammal parts found/collected by non-Natives.  It includes information on a variety of marine mammal species (seals, whales, etc.) as well as fossil ivory from walrus, mammoths, and mastodons.

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  • Sale of Marine Mammal Parts and Handicrafts

    This fact sheet addresses frequently asked questions relating to the sale of marine mammal parts or handicrafts made from marine mammal materials (carvings, hides, claws etc.).

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  • Significantly Altered Marine Mammal Handicrafts

    Marine mammal parts must be "significantly altered" to qualify as authentic Native handicrafts that can be legally sold to non-Natives.  This fact sheet describes what "significantly altered" means.

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Last Updated: Jul 27, 2015
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