State wildlife officials say they have issued a permit to the Alaska Moose Federation that allows the group to feed wild moose in southcentral Alaska.
The Department of Fish and Game on Monday announced the federation will put up feeding stations to divert moose from roads in game units covering most of Anchorage, the Kenai Peninsula and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough.
Heavy snow is the reason.
Moose seek out plowed roads, railroad tracks and driveways in heavy snow years and that leads to crashes with cars and trains.
Wildlife officials say it will remain a violation for people to feed moose if they don't have a permit.
can you belive this? seems wrong, guess we know where to go lookin for a moose now.