A university researcher has been learning more about the origins of moose in Southeast Alaska by studying their genetics. The large ungulates are relatively new to the region according to University of Alaska Fairbanks biologist Kevin Colson who says moose first arrived in southeast from British Columbia in the early 20th century. Colson will be giving a presentation on his southeast moose genetics research tonight. Matt Lichtenstein asked him about the project:
Kevin Colson will give his presentation on Southeast moose genetics at six tonight in the Petersburg Public Library.