LOVELAND, Colo. – State wildlife officials say the number of dangerous encounters with moose is on the rise.
“Over the last few years we’ve seen an increase in human-moose interactions and moose just boing places where we haven’t historically seen them,” Colorado Parks and Wildlife Area Wildlife Manager Kristin Cannon told FOX31.
She says some years her office in Loveland has not received any moose-related calls. Recently though, they have been getting about ten to fifteen calls per year from the Boulder and Larimer county areas.
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