Wildlife Managers Raise Lower Kuskokwim Moose Harvest Quota

The moose hunting season begins in just a few weeks for residents of the Lower Kuskokwim River. This season hunters will have a better chance of killing a moose than in previous years. That’s because wildlife managers are bumping up the harvest quota. The move comes after a surprising study on the Kuskokwim moose population.

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Shane Iverson is a reporter at KYUK in Bethel.

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