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Mr. Bull Moose

I was treated to a special kind of traffic jam the other day when I drove up the Gunflint Trail. Mr. Bull Moose was busy licking salt off of the road and after a brief retreat he returned to lick

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Moose Survives Wolf Attack

When I watched this video I didn’t know what the outcome was going to be and I was scared for the moose the entire time. I want you to be able to enjoy the video without worry hence the title

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Bummer for a Bull Moose

Thankfully the driver and passenger in a vehicle that struck a moose on the Gunflint Trail were uninjured. Unfortunately the bull moose was killed. According to Cook County Sheriff’s Office the accident took place near the Moose Viewing area on

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Moose Moment on the Gunflint Trail

We were visiting Chik-Wauk Museum and Nature Center yesterday when all of a sudden the woman working the desk said, “There’s a bull moose at the end of the road.” Everyone stopped what they were doing, hurried to their cars

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Moose News on the Gunflint Trail

We’ve been seeing way more moose this year than we have in the past few years at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters. It’s been super fun to see them swimming and wading in the water and walking along the Gunflint Trail. The

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Moose, Moose and More Moose

This year we’ve been seeing lots of moose. One of our guests saw a small bull on our mound septic system, some of our crew saw a moose calf on our property across the river and numerous people have been

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Moose Rescued on the Gunflint Trail

A moose fell through the ice on Hungry Jack Lake on the Gunflint Trail yesterday. Luckily someone saw it and gathered some folks to respond.  Cabin owners and the Gunflint Trail Volunteer Fire Department responded and were able to pull

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Most Moose

I love this time of the year because it is when we see our neighborhood moose the most often. We find them licking salt off of the road! Cassidy and Matt saw these two hanging out the other evening.

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Isle Royale Wolf Intervention

Isle Royale National Park has been studied over the years for the unique predator prey relationship of moose and wolves. In recent years the wolf population has struggled due to inbreeding and the lack of an ice bridge during winters

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Moose Party by David Johnson

I love these photos! He has videos on Facebook too if you are interested.  

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