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Researchers tracking 25 collared moose in northeast Washington

from The Spokesman-Review

James Goerz was so close he could hear her chewing as she browsed. It seemed impossible that he couldn't put his eyes on the moose, the largest member of the deer family. The cow had been just 50-70 yards away for hours in an old northeastern Washington clear-cut, yet he couldn't see an ear, a leg or even a patch of dark hair. "This is a lesson in how many critters we pass without knowing what's there," the wildlife researcher said as he listened to blips from his radio receiver. A global positioning system collar on the cow had beamed its location to a satellite and down to his laptop computer at 2 p.m. the previous day. more


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