Kodiak Bird and Egg Subsistence Harvest Survey
The Kodiak Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council (AMBCC) Road Committee is conducting this anonymous and confidential survey seeking public input to develop potential harvest regulation proposals to allow harvest in the now closed Kodiak Island Roaded Area.

Thank you very much for participating in this survey! The survey takes about 5 minutes to complete.

For questions about this topic or this survey, please contact:

Kelly Krueger - Sun'aq Tribe of Kodiak
312 W. Marine Way, Kodiak, AK 99615
Phone: 907-486-4449, Email: kkrueger@sunaq.org

Background:

On the Kodiak Archipelago, the spring-summer bird and egg subsistence harvest season is:

April 2 – June 30, July 31 – August 31 for seabirds,
April 2 – June 20, July 22 – August 31 for all other birds.

During this season, harvest is not authorized in the area accessible by roads.

The closed area consists of all lands and water (including exposed tide lands) east of a line extending from Crag Point in the north to the west end of Saltery Cove in the south and all lands and water south of a line extending from Termination Point along the north side of Cascade Lake extending to Anton Larsen Bay. Marine waters adjacent to the closed area are closed to harvest within 500 feet from the water’s edge. The offshore islands are open to harvest, for example Woody, Long, Gull and Puffin islands.

During the fall-winter (October 8 – January 22), waterfowl harvest is authorized under state regulations in the area accessible by roads.

For more information on the Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council, please visit their website (https://www.fws.gov/alaska/ambcc/Index.htm).

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