A SELECTIVE MOOSE HUNT IN SOUTH CENTRAL ONTARIO
Sex-specific moose (Alces alces) hunting was instituted in Ontario in 1983-84. Eleven years of data collected at the Kearney moose check station in southcentral Ontario are analyzed and presented. Trend data indicate that, while adult harvest levels and population density have achieved stability in the study area, the calf component of the harvest has increased significantly and the adult sex ratio in the standing population is reversing in favour of females.
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