FAILURE OF MOOSE TO USE THE SAME STANDS IN CONSECUTIVE WINTERS
Observations on the use of the same forest stands by moose (Alces alces) in consecutive winters were made in two areas of south-western Quebec. No evidence of repeated utilization was found when stratifying the habitat according to forest types or food abundance.
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