Researchers begin collaring Minn. moose calves
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — Biologists have begun collaring moose calves in the second phase of a study to determine why Minnesota's moose population is declining so rapidly.
This past winter, researchers attached high-tech GPS collars to more than 100 adult moose. Minnesota Public Radio reports they started putting collars on baby moose last week and are about halfway to their goal of 50.
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