Kristine Rines

CONCORD, N.H. - Crews in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, will be collaring moose soon as part of a yearly study to learn more about their health.
 
The states are working to learn how moose density and weather interact to boost tick-caused moose mortality and reduce moose birth rates.
 
Northern New Hampshire residents may be seeing a helicopter overhead soon as about 45 moose cows and calves are collared for the fourth year of the study in the state.