Moose Hunting News

DOW Asking Public to Report Moose Sightings
Moose were transplanted in northern Colorado in the 1970s, and in southwest Colorado in 1992. Since then the population has increased steadily. But because the moose are solitary animals and spread out over wide areas it is difficult for wildlife managers to track their progress.
Moose Hunt Auction Deadline
Always wanted a moose hunting permit but never won one in a state lottery? Here's your chance to bid on a permit, rather than take your chances in another moose permit lottery.
Moose Hunt Permit Winners Announced
The adventure of a lifetime is in store for 525 people who have been offered permits to hunt moose in New Hampshire this October. They were the lucky winners in the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department's annual moose permit lottery drawing held today.
Last Chance for the 2005 Moose Hunt Lottery
It's the last chance for hunters who want to go after moose this fall: the deadline for entering the 2005 New Hampshire moose hunt lottery is May 27, 2005. Click here to enter online or pick up an application from any license agent. There is a nonrefundable $10 application fee.
Moose Calf Survival - A High Risk Proposition
Many newborn moose fail to survive the first year of life, though enough do to sustain Montana’s healthy moose population and to provide opportunities for about 650 moose hunters a year.
State Shortens Fall 2005 Registration Moose Hunt
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announces an emergency order that establishes a 2-week moose season in fall 2005 for registration permit hunt RM840. The resident season for this hunt will be Sept. 1-Sept. 14 with a bag limit of one bull by registration permit only.
Moose Lottery Deadline
The clock is ticking for those who want to hunt moose in New Hampshire this fall -- the deadline for entering the 2005 moose hunt lottery is May 27, 2005. Hunters can enter the lottery online or pick up an application from any license agent. There is a nonrefundable $10 application fee.
Moose Arrives on Grand Mesa
The Colorado Division of Wildlife’s (DOW) effort to establish a moose herd on western Colorado's Grand Mesa continued Tuesday with the arrival of the first dispersal moose from Utah.
Disease Identified in Moose
Preliminary laboratory results indicate that several moose that died in the Fairbanks area this winter were infected with a disease causing symptoms similar to "Adenovirus Hemorrhage Disease of Deer", or AHD.
Northeastern Aerial Moose Survey Results
Wildlife biologists for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) say a recently completed aerial survey that found 6,500 moose in northeastern Minnesota is the most accurate to date.