3:47 video Our young orphaned moose has outgrown his room in the Preserve's Research and Rehabilitation Centre. Today he's on the move to a new - much larger - outdoor enclosure. He will spend the next few months in this larger space, with food to browse as he...
What’s in the Feed Station: Moose?
3:45 min Video -Hello and welcome to the moose feeding station! The feeding stations exist to make my job easier. Inside they have a big bag of pellets, a bale of hay, a bucket and scoop, a rake, a shovel, a pitchfork, a broom and a feeding chart. The moose get 25 lbs...
Swipe Right (for Antlers)
Only animals in the deer (or cervid) family grow antlers. That includes elk, deer, moose and caribou. Animals like Bison, Sheep and Goats are part of a different family and grow horns, not antlers. We’ll tackle that in another video/post! With the exception of...
Watson is pretty grown up now at almost 10 months old and has been learning to live the life of a moose. We’re all excited to see Watson continue to grow healthy and strong!
Watson is thriving! He’s double in size thanks to endless hours of care by our Veterinarian and Animal Care staff.
Watson arrives June 2019. If you’ve been following along with local media, you’ll know by now that we have a couple pretty cute moose in our Wildlife Rehabilitation and Research Centre. Thanks to the expert care of Dr. Maria Hallock and our Animal Care staff, the moose are eating well. But the road ahead is still uncertain – these moose are going through a stressful, challenging experience.
Traditional knowledge, to me, is generation upon generation of events and experiences carefully preserved in language, stories, names and songs. Lifetimes of information passed from grandparent to grandchild largely unchanged in the telling. Before I was brought in to...