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New England / Moose #578637

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 25, 1991
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(Studio: Katherine Couric) Report introduced.

(Westborough, Massachusetts: Fred Briggs) Migration of moose into suburban areas of New England featured; scenes shown. [New Hampshire resident "HANSEL" - talks about hitting moose with his car.] [Wildlife biologist Kristine BONTAITES, New Hampshire fish and game department Major Henry MOCK, MAN - talk about dangers of car-Moose collisions.] Number of moose killed by car-moose collisions noted. [Massachusetts department of fish and wildlife Dr. Steven WILLIAMS - explains why moose are entering suburban areas.] Scenes shown of shooting of moose in suburb. [MAN, Massachusetts Governor William WELD - comment.] New Hampshire's moose hunting season mentioned.

Briggs, Fred;
Couric, Katherine

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