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DNR: Moose population in NE Minnesota remains small, but stable

DNR: Moose population in NE Minnesota remains small, but stable Photo: KSTP

March 11, 2019 11:55 AM

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reports that, for the eighth year in a row, the moose population in northeastern Minnesota remained low, but stable.

A release said the results of the 2019 moose survey estimate the moose population in the region at 4,180, up from 2018's estimate of 3,030. The results reflect a 90 percent certainty that the moose population is between 3,250 and 5,580.

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