We fed Moose-olini so well that he brought his parents back with him.
Great shot Leo
Well do not feed any more :-))
I guess they didn't like our trees so much, Marion, as they haven't been back since.
I smiled at this Leo :)....The very idea of something quite as large as this appearing in my garden is almost beyond comprehension..The occasional deer, fox or badger passes through occasionally..However, the villagers nearby often witness whole herds of sheep munching their way through their cabbage patches! Not sure if the moose's form herds but if they do, you could have a big problem.
I smiled too, Jim, because it's not my tree. :) It was exciting for all of us to see the whole family roaming the neighborhood. The calf had been here several times, but when the rest of the family showed up, we were on the phone to each other to make sure no one missed them. We have not seen them since, which is probably a good thing since all of our trees are now covered with those yummy buds. Don't know either about moose herds, but that could be devastating as they eat anything and everything.
We were very disappointed when we got back from Florida to find that a deer had eaten most of our tulips which were just emerging. We will have to figure out a way to protect them next year.
Great to hear from you.
Great titles on your Moose shots Leo.....Seems like a Mooshin Impossible to keep them out of your garden :))
Thank you, Lex. A neighbor told my that "Chocolate Moose" is back with two new calves. Haven't sen them yet.
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