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Mike Schrage, wildlife biologist with Fond du Lac Resource Management Division, took this photo of a bull moose driving through deep Minnesota snow.

Minnesota’s moose hold their own for one year; Mortality among adults, calves still too high to sustain population

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By John Myers / Duluth News Tribune

 
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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and tribal wildlife officials conducted an aerial survey in January of several areas in the northeastern Minnesota moose range and used those surveys to estimate a total population of about 4,350 animals.

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