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Massachusetts has developed a Large Animal Response Team (LART) composed of MDFW and Environmental Police personnel who respond to problem moose and other large mammals.
The MCRU and MDFW began studying movements and habitat use of moose equipped with global positioning system (GPS) collars (n = 35) in 2006.
The frequency of MVCs, responses to problem moose, relocations, and public safety kills in Massachusetts peaked in 2004-05, followed by sharp decline (MDFW, unpublished data).
Anecdotal and second-hand reports of MVCs now outnumber official reports, and comparison of Division of Law Enforcement and MDFW records indicates that only a fraction of MVCs are reported to MDFW.
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