Greetings from Houston TX!

Saw this interesting story today:

Wildlife Conservation Society researchers tracked both moose and bears, finding that pregnant moose in Greater Yellowstone have shifted their movements each year for the past decade about 125 meters closer to roads during calving season, specifically to avoid road-shy brown bears, which can prey heavily on moose calves.

Seems like a good rationale for drilling in ANWR, save the Moose!

Humans protecting Moose calves in Yellowstone
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