Warm winter changes nature of seal hunting

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The warm winter has extended far north of Anchorage as well. The spring season for bearded seals, or ugruk, has come nearly two months early for some hunters in Western Alaska.  Warm weather makes the hunt a little easier, but locals are concerned about precarious sea ice and unpredictable weather.

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