The project in its second summer was carried out according to plan from May 21, 1956 to September 5, 1956 at the Research Station. The resulting data and material were highly satisfactory. Moose individuals as well as moose groups were found to be well within reach. The information from previous research years made it possible to save much time and effort in locating suitable moose cases for observation. Beacause the principal investigator was able to be present earlier than expected in the moose habitat it was possible to observe moose just before, during and after parturition. The various stages of calf rearing and integration into social patterns could be followed in detail. Project Number 77.
"A Study of Social Behavior Patterns in Moose of Wyoming,"
Jackson Hole Research Station Annual Report: Vol. 1956
, Article 2.
Available at: http://repository.uwyo.edu/jhrs_reports/vol1956/iss1/2