Population stability continues
For the ninth year in a row, Minnesota's moose population of 2,400-4,320 animals remains stable. The stability itself is good news but it does not serve as evidence for either a turnaround or a continued decline in the population of Minnesota's most iconic northwoods animal.
No better, no worse
Northeastern Minnesota's moose population remains stable for the ninth consectutive year.
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Managing Minnesota moose
The moose management plan outlines how DNR will approach management of the state's declining moose population.
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