DEC biologist: NY's moose herd healthy, but at 'low level' -- more studies needed March 6, 2018 New York

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DEC biologist: NY's moose herd healthy, but at 'low level' -- more studies needed  March 6, 2018 New York,
... Up until recently, the DEC’s estimates have put the population at 600 to 1,000 individuals in the Adirondacks, where the majority of the animals are found.
The DEC's newest estimate is around 400..,

About 400 moose live in the Adirondacks, surveys show August 12, 2018 New York, Glens Falls Post-Star
... the DEC hired Native Range Capture Services as part of the state’s moose collaring effort, which ran January 2015 to 2017. 26 were collared. Aerial surveys, observations, roadkill reports and scat tracking have also helped the DEC determine the number of moose in the Adirondacks, and right now, the estimate is around 400..,

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