We talked with Mark Johnson, Executive Director of the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association, about what he learned as a member of the "Moose Advisory Committee". The Minnesota moose population is facing a lot of biological and natural threats, and has seen sharp declines in the Northwestern part of the state. While the decline has not been as dramatic in Northeastern Minnesota, biologists and others interested in moose populations are still concerned.
Mark indicated that we have a lot to learn about what is affecting the population, and one of the ways that you can help is to report your moose sightings on a special website. Please log your sighting(s) at http://www.nrri.umn.edu/moose/general/sightings.html
Read more about what's happening to moose in Northeastern Minnesota on the "Moose in Minnesota" website.
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