I found this online... if its basically what you wanted:Originally posted by aksjg
PLease, folks- I can't attach worth a crap and don't have the patience. Please learn as much as possible about this issue. If anyone finds a good (and recent) piece on this, please attach it!
You're from Anchorage, aren't you? Feeding a family is a lot more involved when you don't have a Carrs on every other block.Aksjg:
The game board just wants to have more moose and caribou to have fun killing.
Actually, they tend to mostly kill young calves. The size of a moose rack is an indicator of health. Diseased and dying moose don't produce healthy racks.The wolves tend to kill older (slower, possibly diseased or dying) moose (which, due to rack, those are the ones the hunters want too!!!! ARGH!!!
Restoring the McGrath Moose HarvestIf anyone finds a good (and recent) piece on this, please attach it!
It's not quite that simple. It's what is sometimes called a 'predator pit'. If the predator has alternative food sources, they can perpetually keep any particular prey population down.Robert:
It's a natural cycle.