What was done to allow the Moose population to virtually explode in and around Delta Junction? I suspect there were many factors, but what were the deciding factors that allowed for the increased numbers? If the factors can be determined, why can't they be employed in regions where moose numbers are dangerously low? Seems to me a real study could be easily generated and by this time in five years from now, the population of moose could be equal to that of DJ in all the road accessible areas. These factors need to be laid out to the public, so they can be capitalized on. Anyone got the real answers to exactly what worked so well?