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Moose Abundance - Riding Mountain Moose in Riding Mountain National Park are affected by hunting, predator population numbers, winter severity, and disease. Riding Mountain National Park conducts annual aerial surveys to monitor the moose population to determine if the population is within the established population thresholds based on historic estimates. 2019-12-12 Parks Canada Doug.Bergeson@pc.gc.ca Nature and EnvironmentMoose abundancepopulation compositionaerial surveysManitoba Moose Abundance - Riding MountainCSV https://124gc.sharepoint.com/:x:/s/external/_layouts/15/download.aspx/Ea5MSUk3BSxFjVDt486bjeIBVZ1kBam4l3uOEaE4f060XQ

Moose Abundance - Riding Mountain

Moose in Riding Mountain National Park are affected by hunting, predator population numbers, winter severity, and disease. Riding Mountain National Park conducts annual aerial surveys to monitor the moose population to determine if the population is within the established population thresholds based on historic estimates.

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