Alaska’s predator control program has caused controversy out of state and at home. The justification is that removing predators will encourage the expansion of moose populations for the benefit of subsistence hunters, but that doesn’t do much to balm the ire of conservationists and animal advocates who decry the practice. But there are other ways of growing more moose, and some may be surprising.
Ellen Lockyer, KSKA – Anchorage
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