Principal Research Investigators
Cornell University, USGS - New York Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit
Dr. Fuller's research group is focusing on the drivers of moose distribution and abundance using scat detection dogs and spatial capture-recapture methods as well as hunter sightings of moose across the Adirondack region.
Cornell University, Animal Health Diagnostic Center
Dr. Schuler leads the assessment of moose health by studying the pathology of incidental mortalities and the physical condition of live-captured animals.
SUNY ESF, Roosevelt Wild Life Station
Dr. Frair's research group is focusing on aerial surveys to monitor changes in the moose population over time, moose resource selection patterns, and habitat carrying capacity.
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
As the big game team leader for the state of NY, Mr. Hurst supervises the entire moose research program and will integrate research results into a moose management plan.