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All About Moose Alerts, Issue #013
February 18, 2016


Welcome to this issue of the All About Moose Alerts Newsletter.

You'll always know when a message is from me by looking for [All About Moose Alerts] in the subject line or the "The Moose Man" in the "from" email address.

In This Issue:

  • Moose In the News

  • Moose Rescues

    Buy One Get One!

  • New Moose Call Coming 2016

It's a New Year

Moose have been in the news quite a bit lately. With some moose populations being targeted by wolves, tics, brainworm, poachers and unregulated hunting, there are areas where moose populations are being dramatically affected.

Dr. Vince Crichton recently wrote an article about unregulated hunting and the impacts on Manitoba and the Canadian moose. Unregulated Hunting - Putting Canada's Moose at Risk

Lots of people (hunters, trappers, biologists, government officials) are pointing fingers in a lot of differing directions, it would seem however that there is no one single answer or solution. More study is needed - across the board. Governments need to allocate some funding to be sure our moose populations are not put into further danger.

Moose Rescues

A recent and successful moose rescue near Kelowna BC in early February almost didn't end that way for one young man.

The young cow moose, entangled in a wire fence was cut free then promptly attacked her savior.

It is a simple reminder that moose are wild and unpredictable animals.

CBC News Link: West Kelowna Moose Rescue

Late in 2015 a moose became stuck in a mud pit. Fortunately for the Lucky Moose a CN Rail crew happened to spot the unfortunate animal and helped out.

In another case in 2015 snowmobilers came to the rescue of a moose that was buried by an avalanche. Alaskan Snowmobilers Rescue Moose from Avalanche

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Development: New Moose Call

We are in the planning and testing stages of introducing a new moose call for 2016!

The call is to be modeled after the original Birch Bark Call but will be made from fiberglass.

Each moose call will be voice tuned to give the most realistic sounds of cow and bull moose to draw those elusive creatures in from the deep and dark woods.

The calls will be slightly heavier but more durable than the fragile birch bark calls and will stand up to the rigors of moose camp.

Last fall I tore a gaping hole in my Birch Bark call while raking a tree trying to intimidate a bull into showing himself. I'm happy to say this will no longer be a worry!

Stay Tuned!

All the best,
Mark Allardyce
"The Moose Man"

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