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Canoeists in New York captured some unbelievable shots of a rare Adirondack moose in its natural environment.
Some fortunate canoeists on the water in Adirondack Park were able to capture some incredible footage of a bull moose feeding.
The film is so good that a screenshot of it looks just like a painting.
Watch and enjoy nature at its finest.
This was taken on Helldiver Pond near the Moose River Plains in the Adirondack Mountains, New York.
Here’s to seeing moose like this one spreading his DNA all over that beautiful mountain range to the point where a managed hunt might take place someday.
Did you see the antlers on that big boy?
Three cheers for the conservation efforts that allow these great animals to thrive!
The DSC Northeast Call2Adventure! 2020 event is coming up on March 14th, 2020 in Uncasville, CT.
This event helps raise funds to support wildlife conservation, outdoor education and hunter advocacy. Come join us for exciting drawings, silent & live auctions featuring Sporting Trips Worldwide, Firearms, Outdoor Gear, Family Vacations, Ladies' Fashion and More! Also featuring a multi-entree gourmet dinner buffet and onsite exhibitors from across the Country and around the World!
Tickets start at only $100 for adults & $75 for youth ages 17 and under. Get your tickets here!
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