Moose calves perish; Predators take nearly half of newborn calves during first few days of study
By John Myers
Forum News Service
DULUTH — Back in January, wildlife researcher Glenn DelGiudice promised Minnesotans they would see results very quickly from his planned study of moose calves in the state’s northern forests.
Unfortunately for the moose, he was right.
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