SWEDISH MOOSE MANAGEMENT AND HARVEST DURING THE PERIOD 1964-1989
The history, development, management and harvest of the Swedish moose population before 1964 are presented. Changes in land use and management were essential for the development. In the 1970’s the population and harvest increased due to new harvest regulations. The harvest (174,000 in one year) and the population (around 315,000) peaked in the early 1980’s. Due to problems with forest damage and road accidents the population has been reduced in recent years. Management and harvest in the future will include locally adopted and followed plans.
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