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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Weather Says Partly Cloudy with a Chance of Moose!

Here in Northern Maine the one thing about the weather we can count on is that it's unpredictable, but the forecast for moose has proven trustworthy!  Our past few Maine moose watching tours have come back just ecstatic after seeing so many Maine moose in their natural habitats, going about their business.  As the weather starts to heat up, all the majestic Maine wildlife is out and about, almost begging to have their picture taken by our Moose Safari guests.  So far this week we've had the opportunity to see deer, loons, fox, hare, and eagles out with our best moose friends and their young.  It is always a special opportunity to see a cow (another way to say female adult moose!) and her new baby calf frolicking near the pond, and lately we've been able to observe this pair just about every trip.  On Monday night we met up with a yearling moose and he stuck around right next to us for a good 20 minutes trying to figure out what we were up to.  A yearling is a young moose that has just left his mother and ventured out into the world on his own, so I suspect that this little guy was just as interested in our group as we were in him!  The past five Maine moose watching trips have seen an average of 5 moose, but sometimes as many as 9!  Some may call it luck, but I think our registered Maine guides here at Northeast Guide Service are more of "moose whisperers" than tour guides!

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