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New Hampshire Moose Hunters 77 Percent Successful in 2018

New Hampshire’s 2018 moose season wrapped up with hunters taking a total of 41 moose – 35 bulls and 6 cows – according to preliminary numbers from New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Moose Biologist, Kristine Rines. Continue reading New Hampshire Moose Hunters 77 Percent Successful in 2018

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New Hampshire Moose Collaring Complete

New Hampshire moose collaring for 2018 has been completed, and the capture crew has moved on to Vermont, where the goal is to collar 30 calves and 5 adult cows. This year, 83 moose (68 calves and 15 adults) were collared in Maine and 50 (44 calves and 6 adult cows) were collared in New Hampshire. This is the last year for collaring in New Hampshire. The New Hampshire study started in 2014 and will end in 2020. Continue reading New Hampshire Moose Collaring Complete

NH Moose Hunt Opening Weekend Brings 26 Percent Success

moosecloseupNew Hampshire’s moose hunters achieved a 26 percent success rate during the first two days of the nine-day season. Opening weekend saw 19 moose taken by hunters statewide of which 18 were bulls and one cow. Continue reading NH Moose Hunt Opening Weekend Brings 26 Percent Success