A symposium aimed a getting a better understanding of moose population dynamics in a world affected by climate change is set to take place this Thursday, June 24, in International Falls. The “Moose in a Warming World” symposium, co-sponsored by Voyageurs National Park Association and the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association, is open to the public.
Speakers at the program, to be held at the Backus Community Center in International Falls from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., include forest ecologist Lee Frelich, biologists Rolf Peterson and Mark Lenarz, and wildlife veterinarian Erika Butler.
Find detailed information about the program HERE.
Read the abstracts of the symposium presentations HERE.
Also … Earlier this month, researchers at the University of Minnesota Duluth’s Natural Resources Research Institute noted moose are being spotted in unexpected places.
Read an Associated Press story on the matter, HERE.