Are Wolves Responsible for Minnesota’s Declining Moose Population?

Some preliminary evidence suggests wolves may be trimming the moose herd aggressively. Since 2006, moose numbers have fallen by as much as 50% in NE Minnesota to a herd size approximated at 4,350 animals.

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Doug Smith, Star Tribune


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