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    Lee Kanter, far right, a state moose biologist, has a laugh as he plans a flight with members of Native Range Capture Services at the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife's Greenville office. Kanter was working with Native Range, a Nevada-based company, to capture moose, place GPS-enabled collars on the animals, and collect blood, hair and feces specimens, before releasing the moose back into the wild.

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    A cow moose and its calf run through the woods north of Moosehead Lake. The moose were seen on a moose collaring expedition with moose biologist Lee Kanter.

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    Kevin Coates of Battle Ground, Wash., a member of Native Range Capture Services, runs to a helicopter with moose collars in his hand while working with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife on a moose study.

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    The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife uses these collars to track moose in a long-term study of calf mortality rates and other aspects of moose survival.

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    A small helicopter carrying a team from Native Range Capture Services passes by Big Moose Mountain outside Greenville. The team was on its way to place GPS collars on moose.

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    Jeanne Ross, a veterinarian with Native Range Capture Services, handles a hair sample from a moose at the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife's Greenville office.

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    A young bull moose with half of its antlers shed runs through a clearing in the woods north of Moosehead Lake. The moose was seen on a moose collaring expedition with biologist Lee Kanter.

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