Living in moose country

7th March, 2016 by

By Ross Leonhart

EAGLE COUNTY — Living in the high country is special, and Colorado Parks & Wildlife is reminding residents and visitors of the importance of learning to co-exist with wildlife.Among the wildlife flowing through Eagle County is the moose population, which makes for great photographs but can be extremely dangerous.“When it comes to wildlife — moose especially — watch them from a distance, don’t feed them, don’t harass them and don’t approach them,” said Mike Porras, public information officer with Colorado Parks & Wildlife. “If the animal is reacting to your presence, then you’re too close.”Colorado’s Shiras moose are the state’s …

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