Moose Survey Counts - Kluane

Moose Survey Counts - Kluane Moose are the primary large ungulate in Kluane National Park and Reserve. They are important prey for large carnivores and are a species of special cultural interest to First Nations. Parks Canada has performed aerial survey counts of total moose (all adults and calves) in two subpopulations since 1981. Surveys are done by helicopter every 1-3 years during the month of November 2022-04-21 Parks Canada carmen.wong@pc.gc.ca Nature and EnvironmentKluaneYukonmooseAlces alcesungulatelarge mammalaerial survey Moose survey Count - KluaneCSV https://open.canada.ca/data/dataset/b10f3d90-fdd2-4177-b390-d635d0f12b11/resource/6aac2728-7d46-4d34-8dce-ac3e3beddc15/download/kluane_npr_forest_moose_survey_counts_1983-2020_data.csv

Moose are the primary large ungulate in Kluane National Park and Reserve. They are important prey for large carnivores and are a species of special cultural interest to First Nations. Parks Canada has performed aerial survey counts of total moose (all adults and calves) in two subpopulations since 1981. Surveys are done by helicopter every 1-3 years during the month of November

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