Q&A: DNR official discusses declining moose population
ST. PAUL, Minn — Minnesota's moose population is declining sharply.
Population estimates from the Department of Natural Resources show that since 2006 the population has dropped from almost 9,000 to 4,200.
Mark Lenarz, a DNR researcher and an expert on the moose population in the state, speaks with MPR News about why the population is dropping and what it may mean for the future.
- All Things Considered, 02/24/2012, 3:50 p.m.