Accurately documenting what's killing Minnesota moose may help researchers find ways to slow the continuing population decline of this iconic, awe-inspiring inhabitant of Minnesota's northwoods.
The 2017 moose population survey suggests the number of animals in northeastern Minnesota may have stabilized at about 4,000.
Read the survey »
More moose calves survived beyond one year in 2015 but the increase may not reflect a trend.
Calf project update »
Snow urine samples provide researchers with insight into wintertime moose nutrition and health.
Winter nutrition study »
Follow along as researchers collar moose and track movements to learn why, where and how they died.
Moose project archives »