In the woods: moose tracks

by May 10, 2016Maine Moose, Scat and Tracks

In the woods: moose tracks

After a good rain in the early spring months, you can usually find some great animal tracks.  Here, a yearling and cow moose ran down the edge of the road.  This is the yearlings track, its the same size as my hand!

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  1. Thank you for this post. If you’re more interested in big game that offers more of a challenge, then you might want to try moose hunting. There’s much more preparation involved, and you may have a harder time finding a target and taking it down, but you’ll feel accomplished by the end.  See more http://survival-mastery.com/skills/scouting/moose-hunting.html

    • Thanks Mark. We have a lottery system here for moose. I've been applying for years and hope to get drawn at some point. Moose is on the list to hunt!

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