Yea, I tried, this is the third time. I provided 4 links in the first attempts that described Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game's descriptions of shellfish, Game animals, Birds and other wild stock. I will eliminate those with this attempt. C.C. didn't have a problem with the same post.
This same question was posted in another forum this morning. Below is my response. But I didn't mention bear meat. Generally speaking nobody likes brown bear (Grizzly) meat. But a lot of folk love black bear meat as long as it hasn't been a black bear on the coast eating fish. I have a friend in my summer hang out who really can cook black bear, the first time I ate at their house she made it, I thought I was eating beef pot roast at first until she told me. I should have known that though as when I was in college I belonged to the wildlife club and we would have a wild game dinner. Most of the game meat I don't care for though and I sure am not going to kill a bear and have to eat it. I did that once with a moose and by spring I thought I might be in rut. Ovis Dali sheep (white sheep) though are the best meat of anything. But very difficult to get some, because you have to pack it off the mountain and the season is short. In a stew, which my wife makes, it is out of this world.
"I don't know of any restaurant that has Alaska game on the menu other than reindeer, namely sausage. Seafood and shellfish are another story, you find those available everywhere. As for Alaskan's personal diets involving wildlife, one has to distinguish between indigenous Alaskans and other Alaskans who supplement their diets extensively with wild game, seafood and shellfish. Indigenous Alaskans eat a lot of seal, walrus and whale as well as common game, seafood and shellfishï»¿.
Game are wild animals and birds. Large native game animals living in Alaska include buffalo, bear, deer, elk, moose, reindeer/caribou, Rocky Mountain Goat, White Sheep and musk ox. Small game includes rabbit, squirrel, beaver, muskrat, and porcupine.