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Moose Population Declining in Ontario

Like the Minnesota moose population the Ontario moose population is also on decline. According to a recent article in the Quetico Superior Publication the numbers have declined by 20% in the last decade. What is causing the decline? “Scientists haven’t

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Minnesota Moose Population Stable?

Here’s the latest from the Minnesota DNR- Moose population remains low, but survey suggests 6-year population stability Population statistically unchanged from last year’s estimate Minnesota’s moose population shows signs of stability when comparing this year’s population estimate of 3,710 northeastern

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More to the Moose Story

I blogged a few days ago with the DNR Press Release regarding the Minnesota Moose Study.  The press release didn’t have too much information but an article by John Myers in the Duluth News and Tribune sure did. Thank you

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Moose Population News

I haven’t been following the moose population study as closely as I normally do.  Hopefully I’ll have some time to read more about it but for now here’s the DNR press release with a link for more information. Minnesota’s moose

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