Undertoad Thursday Feb 14 09:14 PM
February 15, 2008: The moose fights back
xoxoxoBruce Thursday Feb 14 10:37 PM
Moose don't smack you once, or just run over you, they tap dance on you, given the chance.
Kolbenfresser Friday Feb 15 02:46 AM
slang Friday Feb 15 03:12 AM
SPUCK Friday Feb 15 03:53 AM
That's a good reason to carry a side arm while hunting..
Sheldonrs Friday Feb 15 08:36 AM
The wolf looks like he's thinking "This isn't how it's supposed to work?!"
Undertoad Friday Feb 15 08:41 AM
That's not a moose, it's a deer and the guy had stupidly put on some sort of scent meant to enrage it.
classicman Friday Feb 15 08:45 AM
Thats not a wolf - its a dog and it's curiousity just got it in a lot of trouble with the moose.
TheMercenary Friday Feb 15 09:30 AM
I'm with classic on that comment. Note two people, who prob own the dog in the background. Idiots.
runswithknives Friday Feb 15 11:54 AM
"The Moose Fights Back"
gitnadoix Friday Feb 15 01:03 PM
But who do you shoot first the dog for harasing wildlife in the winter, or the people for letting it.....i
TheMercenary Friday Feb 15 02:25 PM
The dog is doing what is natural for it. The people need to be fined, heavily.
xoxoxoBruce Friday Feb 15 10:40 PM
If you look at the flickr photo stream, it's a park with lot's of people, many on skis, and lots of dogs. When the moose wanderer into the middle of this, the dogs, and moose, did their respective things. The people had little or no control over any of this.
sweetwater Saturday Feb 16 07:20 AM
would a normal moose approach a pack of people and dogs, or was this one unusually brave / aggressive? i don't know, but i'm pretty sure my camera would have been airborne, along with the rest of me, had i been there. glad someone was steady enough to take the photo.
runswithknives Saturday Feb 16 11:36 AM
I believe the kind of control you're looking for is called a "Leash" =p. The people in the back apparently figured that out, possibly the hard way like this dog and its owner will.
xoxoxoBruce Saturday Feb 16 11:41 AM
Moose aren't afraid of much. In the climes they frequent they've become a problem for people, by wandering around cities, neighborhoods, parks and playgrounds.
spudcon Saturday Feb 16 01:52 PM
Gravdigr Saturday Feb 16 02:51 PM
xoxoxoBruce Saturday Feb 16 03:35 PM
On Wunderground, there is currently a picture of a yearling bull moose munching a pine tree. The caption reads;
spudcon Saturday Feb 16 09:11 PM
Gravdigr Tuesday Feb 26 04:26 AM
dar512 Tuesday Feb 26 02:28 PM
TheMercenary Tuesday Feb 26 02:37 PM
Saphyre Wednesday Feb 27 12:40 PM