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Ticks Are Killing 70% Of New England’s Baby Moose—Here’s Why

Original story at Rodale's Organic Life• 4 mentions • 5 months ago

Rodale's Organic Life 5 months ago

moose and babies
 
I was a little skeptical—how could such a small parasite take out an animal that weighs up to 1500 pounds? It didn’t make sense. Coming from my dad, who has been known to exaggerate a thing or two, I decided to take this information with a grain of salt and do a little fact checking.(On just a quarter-acre of land, you can produce fresh, organic food for a family of four—year-round. Rodale's The Backyard Homestead shows you how; get your copy today!) Turns out, he was mostly right. We already know that we’re in store for one of the worst ...
 
 
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17 Apr
Rural Mom @ruralmoms
RT @OrganicLifeMag: Ticks are killing 70% of New England's baby moose—here's why: https://t.co/I94q76eIY5 https://t.co/hXovYUoenB
17 Apr
Organic Life @OrganicLifeMag
Ticks are killing 70% of New England's baby moose—here's why: https://t.co/I94q76eIY5 https://t.co/hXovYUoenB
16 Apr
Miles Grant @MilesGrant
RT @wildlifeaction: Ticks Are Killing 70% Of New England’s Baby Moose—Here’s Why #ActOnClimate https://t.co/DpeDeatN9p via @OrganicLifeMag
16 Apr
Wildlife Action @wildlifeaction
Ticks Are Killing 70% Of New England’s Baby Moose—Here’s Why #ActOnClimate https://t.co/DpeDeatN9p via @OrganicLifeMag