"Moose are solitary animals, which is why your encounter will probably
be with a single moose, unless you see a mother and her offspring.
. Despite their imposing stature, they are remarkably quiet, capable
of gliding through forest, brush or pond with hardy a sound. They are
not predators so they seek no harm. They are, when alone, content."
DID YOU KNOW?
~ Moose are part of the deer family.
~ They can get six to seven feet tall at the shoulder and weigh 1800 pounds!
~Their ears can rotate as if they would be the radar of a fish trawler.
~ Bulls’ antlers can span up to 6 feet wide and weigh up to 90 lbs.
~ Moose have the highest rate of bone formation growth; growing up to 1 inch a day.
~Female moose (cows) are pregnant for 8 months
~Moose have bad eyesight
~You are more likely to see a fully antlered Bull Moose in September and October. (They shed them for the winter.)