Nevada’s first big-game moose hunt will be tiny as unusual southern expansion defies climate change
By angelamontana

Posted: March 28, 2024

Get ready for a historic event in Nevada as the state gears up for its first-ever moose hunting season this fall! With the moose population “surging” to over 100 in recent years, wildlife managers are excited to introduce a limited harvest. Beyond the thrill of the hunt, scientists see this as an opportunity to observe how climate change influences wildlife, especially these majestic yet quirky creatures. As Cody McKee from the Nevada Department of Wildlife puts it, moose are newcomers to North America, and this season promises to offer insights into their adaptation to warmer climates.

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