THE USE OF INFRARED TRAIL MONITORS TO STUDY MOOSE MOVEMENT PATTERNS
We utilized an infrared counter coupled to a 35 mm camera to test whether of not moose (Alces alces) specifically utilize narrows when crossing large bodies of water. Strengths and weaknesses of the counter/camera system are discussed and a method to test whether or not narrows are preferred is suggested.
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