Study on declining Minnesota moose numbers switches focus to calves
Published 05/16/2013, Minnesota Public Radio News
The Minnesota DNR has started the second phase of its ambitious study to determine why the state's moose population is declining so rapidly. In a $1.2 million study earlier this winter, researchers attached high-tech GPS collars to adult moose. Last week, they began collaring newborn moose calves.Word count: 807
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