Endangered mainland moose survival depends on better forest management

moose“Mainland moose populations were sufficiently high to support legal hunting until 1981. As a biologist in the eastern mainland counties, I conducted annual winter counts by fixed-wing aircraft and helicopter to monitor their population levels. Declared endangered in October 2003, moose numbers are now estimated to be about 1,000. There are many causes for moose decline…” Read more in this informative article by Bob Bancroft

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