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Moose swimming on Saganaga

Thanks to Voyageur Canoe Outfitter crew member Clay for filming this for us to share with you!

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Moose Viewing Ahead on the Gunflint Trail

Spring is the best time of the year to see moose on the Gunflint Trail. They love to lick the roads for any residual salt leftover from winter. We love to watch them.  Come vacation with us at Voyageur Canoe

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Moose Licking Car on the Gunflint Trail

Only on the Gunfint Trail! Had I known there was a car wash happening I would have gotten mine washed too. You can listen to another person’s account online at WTIP. Richard Hoeg shared this post on Facebook.  If all

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Moose on the Loose

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Isle Royale to welcome healthy wolves, researchers happy, moose not so much

This might be a better headline than the one Popular Science used to describe what is happening on Isle Royale with wolves. Their headline claims,  “A pack of wolves is about to save this national park.” A little bit dramatic

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Should wolves be brought to Isle Royale?

It’s a question that is currently being debated. There is a contingency of people who want to continue to study the relationship of moose and wolves on the island. The study has been ongoing since 1958 and researchers would like

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Moose Munching on the Gunflint Trail

Matt and Cassidy saw these two on their way to town the other day. We love our Gunflint Trail moose!

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Minnesota Moose Population Stable

From the Minnesota DNR Moose population remains low but stable for a seventh year Population estimate statistically unchanged from last year’s estimate Results of the 2018 moose survey indicate the moose population in northeastern Minnesota remains stable but relatively low

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Moose Hit and Killed by Two Vehicles on the Gunflint Trail

I hate to hear about the death of a moose but thankfully neither of the drivers of the two separate vehicles that hit the moose were injured. The first local driver hit the moose on the evening of the 18th.

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Mr. Bull Moose

I was treated to a special kind of traffic jam the other day when I drove up the Gunflint Trail. Mr. Bull Moose was busy licking salt off of the road and after a brief retreat he returned to lick

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