MOVEMENT PATTERNS OF TAGGED MOOSE FROM AN UNHUNTED AREA TO A HEAVILY HUNTED AREA
Thirty one of 386 (8.0%) moose (Alces alces) which were ear tagged with in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, were recovered over a five year period from outside the Park. Young bulls represented the highest percentage returns and emigrated the greatest distances. Inferences regarding direction of travel and optimal refuge size are discussed.
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Wilton, M. L., & Bisset, A. R. (1988). MOVEMENT PATTERNS OF TAGGED MOOSE FROM AN UNHUNTED AREA TO A HEAVILY HUNTED AREA. Alces: A Journal Devoted to the Biology and Management of Moose, 24, 62–68. Retrieved from https://www.alcesjournal.org/index.php/alces/article/view/1245
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