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Fewer moose counted in Kenai Peninsula unit

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KENAI, Alaska (AP) — Poor habitat is responsible for a diminished moose population in an area that spans most of the northern Kenai Peninsula, and it's unlikely to improve in the coming years, a Kenai National Wildlife Refuge official said. Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologists counted 1,600 moose in Game Management Unit 15A, according to census figures released last week. That's down...

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