Dr. Seth Moore: Treaty rights and the 2013 moose hunt

Bull moose - photo by Ryan Hagerty, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service - 01/30/12
Bull moose - photo by Ryan Hagerty, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service - 01/30/12

AttachmentSize
Listen now6.48 MB

Dr. Seth Moore is Director of Biology and Environment with the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. 

The Grand Portage Reservation is located in the extreme northeast corner of Minnesota, on the North Shore of Lake Superior in Cook County. Bordered on the north by Canada, on the south and east by Lake Superior and on the west by Grand Portage State Forest, the reservation encompasses an historic fur trade site on beautiful Grand Portage Bay.

The band engages in fisheries and wildlife research projects throughout the year, working with moose, wolves, fish, deer, grouse, and environmental issues. Dr. Moore appears regularly on WTIP North Shore Community Radio, talking about the band's current and ongoing natural resource projects, as well as other environmental and health related issues of concern to the Grand Portage Band.

In this segment, Dr. Moore talks about the drastic drop in moose numbers in northeastern Minnesota and the Minnesota DNR's recent decision to halt recreational moose hunting in the state.  Produced by Carah Thomas.

(Photo has been released into the public domain by its author, Hagerty Ryan, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.)


Delicious Bookmark this on Delicious | | Share on Twitter | Share on Facebook