Spot a Minn. moose? Tell UMD about it
|Photo by Colin McMillen|
Researchers at the University of Minnesota, Duluth are asking the public to help them track the state's moose population through a new Web site.
Researchers believe there could be just 100 left in northwestern Minnesota and about 7,000 in the northeastern part of the state. Both areas have seen a decline in populations.
The public's reports could help researchers better track populations and check up on the health of the animals.
Report any sightings here.