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(Web Page; Tue Jul 29 11:14:00 CDT 2014)
Description: The Moose Family (« La famille d’orignaux ») exclusivement pour la FCF
2. Moose Mayhem
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In 2012, the Canadian Wildlife Federation will celebrate its 50th Anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, world- renowned, wildlife artist Robert Bateman created “The Moose Family” exclusively for CWF.
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Description: Moose (Alces alces) have long, slim legs that end in cloven, or divided, hooves often more than 18 cm long. The body is deep and massively muscled at the shoulders, giving the animal a humped appearance. It is slab-sided and low-rumped, with rather slender hindquarters and a stubby, well-haired tail. The head is heavy and compact, and the nose extends in an arch terminating in a long, flexible upper lip. The ears resemble a mule’s but are not quite as long. Most moose have a pendant of fur-covered skin, about 30 cm long, called a bell, hanging from the throat. A bull moose in full spread of antlers is the most imposing beast in North America. It stands taller at the shoulder than the largest saddle horse. Big bulls weigh up to 600 kg in most of Canada. The moose is the largest member of the deer family.
(Web Page; Thu Mar 26 09:14:00 CDT 2020)
Description: ildlife populations in Dufferin and Caledon have come and gone over the past few centuries, most dramatically since European settlement. Some species have vanished from the landscape. Others have arrived. Now things are changing again.
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Description: With moose populations showing troubling trends, filmmaker Hugo Kitching makes a year-long trip to Jasper to explore the details of their lives.
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Description: Eastern mainland moose are an endangered species under Nova Scotia’s provincial law, and officials with the province’s natural resources department are now asking the public to help them find the poachers.
(Web Page; Thu Apr 20 14:41:00 CDT 2017)
Description: There’s a problem with moose. Wildlife experts are as puzzled as they are concerned.