Sport HarvestAlaska Department of Fish and Game sets seasons and bag limits for sport harvest of fish and wildlife on Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. The Refuge enforces these regulations through federal law. For current State fish and game regulations refer to: http://www.adfg.state.ak.us/
Subsistence HarvestU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regulates federal subsistence harvest of fish and wildlife on refuge lands and waters. Permanent residents of included communities within a subsistence harvest area are eligible to harvest fish and wildlife according to subsistence regulations. For current federal subsistence regulations refer to: http://alaska.fws.gov/asm/home.html Local Subsistence Quick GuidesThese pages are for resource information only; regulations are subject to change, and harvesters should consult the most updated regulations relevant to their species.Spring Subsistence Migratory Bird HarvestSubsistence Deer and Elk Hunting on Kodiak Refuge(Coming Soon!)
Requires each person to secure a trapping permit from the Refuge Manager prior to trapping on the refuge.
The area of approximately 2,560 acres near the outlet of the O'Malley River is closed to all public access, occupancy, and use from June 25 to September 30 annually, except for individuals participating in the O’Malley River bear viewing program.
Prohibits camping within one-quarter mile of federal and administrative facilities.
Prohibits snow machines within an approximately 4,972-acre area encompassing Den Mountain and the adjacent highlands.
Other regulations and policies applicable to the refuge include:
Title 50 - Wildlife and FisheriesParts 1-199 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Servicehttp://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/waisidx_03/50cfr36_03.html
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Manualhttp://www.fws.gov/policy/manuals/
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Kodiak bears and Sitka black-tailed deer both eat fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium), a wild herb that blooms with purple flowers in August.