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See a Quetico Moose

Update 2016

An aerial survey of moose populations in Quetico Provincial Park conducted in 2009, revealed that the calf:cow ratio were the lowest ever recorded. Around the region, varying results were concluded. In 2010, a joint radio-collaring project commenced involving: Quetico Provincial Park, Grand Portage Indian Reservation, Voyageurs National Park and Superior National Forest. As a result five females (two with calves) and one male were collared. A collaborative research team is currently monitoring their movements to determine calving and mortality. The radio collars stopped working in 2013.

5 moose were collared in 2014.  Two of the moose (collar #31460, 31462) have since died.

You can view the maps in Google Earth if you have this software loaded on your computer. This can be obtained free by going to

Click the links below to see where the moose have been recently April 29 - July 29, 2016) around the park.

Click here to download collar #31335

Click here to download collar #31459

Click here to  download  collar #31461




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