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- Moose mayhem. // Canadian Geographic;Sep/Oct2000, Vol. 120 Issue 6, p91
Presents information on moose in North America. Statistics on moose in the country.
- Nature Watch. // Highlights for Children;Nov2005, Vol. 60 Issue 11, p33
Offers information on moose.
- Moose. // Ranger Rick Jr.;Nov2015, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p32
An image of a Moose is presented.
- Fun Fact. // New York State Conservationist;Oct2015, Vol. 70 Issue 2, p15
The article presents moose and describes its features which enable it to swim speeds of 6 miles per hour in the water, feed under water and submerge in bodies of water.
- The Moose is No Mirage. Wolkomir, Richard // National Wildlife (World Edition);Oct/Nov84, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p16
Focuses on the resurgence of moose populations in New England in 1984. Efforts of the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Department in Maine to study and monitor the population; Impact of the species on tourism and the ecological system; Characteristics and behavior of the species; Relationship with...
- MOOSE ON THE LOOSE. Howlett, Doug // Outdoor Life;Jun/Jul2006, Vol. 213 Issue 6, p19
The article reports on several accidents involving a moose. In New Hampshire, a juvenile moose feeding on hedges in a yard clumsily strolled into a swing set and became tangled in its chains. In Massachusetts, a moose hit by a car flipped over the hood and smashed through the windshield, landing...
- Moose Muzzle a Mystery No More. // Outdoor Life;Aug2004, Vol. 211 Issue 6, p20
Provides information on the result of a study on the schnozzes of moose in the North American wildlife. Ability of the moose to seal their nostrils underwater; Effects of the size of the nose on heat dissipation.
- EFFICIENCY OF COLLECTIVE MOOSE HUNTING IN A FOREST-TAIGA ZONE OF RUSSIA. Gaidar, Alexander A.; Grakov, Nikolai N.; Zhitkov, B. M. // Alces;2002 Supplement 2, Vol. 38, p53
We discuss results of hunting moose by coordinated drives by various-sized hunting groups in the Kirov region. We report the optimum size of a hunting brigade, its advantages over hunting by individuals or by small groups, and the opportunity for selective harvest by sex and age classes.
- FACTORS AFFECTING EPIZOOTICS OF WINTER TICKS AND MORTALITY OF MOOSE. Samuel, W. M. // Alces;2007, Vol. 43, p39
Die-offs of moose (AIces alces) associated with, or attributed to, winter ticks (Dermacentor albipictus) are widespread and have been reported since the early part of the last century. Extrinsic factors such as weather and vegetative structure, and host factors such as moose density and,...