NH Great North Woods always a treasure, but moose void is unsettling November 12, 2018 New Hampshire

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NH Great North Woods always a treasure, but moose void is unsettling November 12, 2018 New Hampshire, The Keene Sentinel
... N.H. Fish and Wildlife estimates that the population in the state peaked at about 7,500 in the mid-1990s. It is now estimated that there are fewer than 4,000... devastated by winter ticks in the northern part of the state and brainworm in the south ..,

Winter Ticks Killing Moose At Alarming Rate October 17, 2018 New Hampshire, Eurasia Review
... In the study, published in the Canadian Journal of Zoology, researchers outline the screening of 179 radio-marked moose calves ... A high infestation of winter ticks was found on each calf (an average of 47,371 per moose) causing emaciation and severe metabolic imbalance from blood loss, which was the primary cause of death..,

2018 NH moose permit auction now open July 10, 2018 New Hampshire, Conway Daily Sun
... The Foundation is authorized to auction only one permit this year, in line with statewide moose population goals... Last year, the auction garnered bids from three states, with a winning bid from Massachusetts of $20,999.99..,


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