Game and Fish relocates aggressive cow and moose calf

WYOMING — A moose and calf were recently relocated by Wyoming Game and Fish after the cow moose displayed aggressive behavior near Mountain View Elementary School in Uinta County.

Evanston Game Warden Nick Roberts and Mountain View Game Warden Allen Deru responded to a  call about the aggressive cow moose and its yearling calf near in Mountain View, Wyoming on April 19.

Photo: WGFD

The moose and calf were safely relocated away from town. The Game and Fish Department thanks deputies from the Uinta County Sheriff’s Office and personnel from Uinta County School District #4 who assisted with the capture and relocation.

Residents are reminded that moose can be dangerous and should never be approached.

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