Moose Mamas director’s fate in board’s hands after bear kill


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The executive director of an Anchorage-based moose rescue group is accused of falsifying records in the shooting of a black bear that killed moose calves at its facility last year – a case which could have repercussions for the non-profit.

Alaska Wildlife Troopers say Alaska Moose Mamas executive director Dana DeBernardi, 42, is charged with unsworn falsification and tampering with public records – both misdemeanors – in the June 2017 encounter.

Moose Mamas director’s fate in board’s hands after bear kill

Moose Mamas director’s fate in board’s hands after bear kill