Angry Moose Estimated at Over 1,000 lbs. Charges at Idaho Man on Snowmobile, and it was Captured on Video
Two brothers were snowmobiling east of Idaho Falls when they encounter a territorial moose that charges one of the brothers waving his arms to get the animal's attention. The moose charges and the brother jumps right before the moose hits the snowmobile and tumbles into the snow. The brother gets on his damaged snowmobile. It was all captured on video.
An Anchorage Woman Was Out Walking her Dog When a Wild Moose Starts Charging Her and Kicks her in the Head
An Anchorage woman was out walking her dog on their daily stroll when an irate moose is charging up behind her, and the moose actually kicks her in the head. Fortunately, a passerby in a truck witness the whole incident and are there to help her after it happens.
Catching the Last Fish of the Day While a Moose Takes a Drink from the Lake
On this episode of Fishing with Lance I catch the last fish of the day while a moose takes a drink from the lake.
Residents Need To Beware Of Moose Crossing The Road And Swimming In The Connecticut River
In Spring, Connecticut entered into moose-sighting season. The moose population is small compared to black bear and bobcat populations in the state, but that doesn't mean there hasn't been sightings in the past several months.
Have you Heard the One about the Moose Falling into the Basement in Summit County?
YouTube Video Courtesy CBS Colorado, Jan 12, 2022. In Summit County, Colorado, Back in January of 2022, a Moose fell into a house through a window well. Antlers and all, it found itself in a basement and broke a pool table there.
Minnesota moose population highest in a decade despite predators and diseases
The moose population in northwestern Minnesota is almost extinct, which is why the DNR is focused on preserving the viable population in northeastern Minnesota. The 2022 population survey by DNR estimates the moose population in northeastern Minnesota at 4,700, at its highest since 2011.
Moose / Rocky Mountain National Park
Grazing on grass, these moose carry about their business and don’t mind us watching.
Moose rescued by wildlife officers after being trapped in basement
CPW officers rescued a moose that had become trapped in the basement of a house in Breckenridge on Monday.(Photo courtesy of Colorado Parks and Wildlife) (BRECKENRIDGE, Colo.) Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers saved a moose on Monday after it entered a home in Breckenridge and was trapped in the basement.