DNR changes moose study to protect calves
Moose mothers have abandoned their calves at surprisingly high rates during the Minnesota Department of Natural Resource's ongoing study into the iconic animal's population decline in the northeast corner of the state.
But researchers have now found a way to place GPS collars on newborns that doesn't seem to lead to mothers leaving them behind.
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