Researchers have finished their largest study to date on how ticks and warming winters are hurting moose in Northern New England. The data shows unprecedented death rates among moose calves -- more than 50 percent in four of the past five years, plus lower reproductive rates in adult moose across Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. UNH ecologist Peter Pekins says the animals are spending months covered in tens of thousands of blood-sucking winter ticks – a different species than what bites...
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