-All of your problems that are moose-related, that is. And I believe that, until we find the courage to look inside ourselves with forthright honesty, we can't know how many moose related issues we really have.
On "Adopting Your Very Own Moose":
"Swedish army had moose troops, but only until real battles. Moose turned out to be wiser then their knights, they left battlefield to hide in the nearest forest if danger occured."
" Most moose spend their daytime in the forest, and their encounter with a tourist group is a happy chance."
It doesn't say who would be "happy" about an accidental moose encounter in a brooding Russian forest: the tourists? The mooses? The onlookers, watching in happy schaedenfraude, from the bushes?
The next quote just sounds like a mother talking about her teenaged kids.
My opinion is: it is necessary to release young animals in mid-summer. I believe they will return to eat oatmeal or to hide from gnats in a dark shed. Radio tags will help to control their movements.
-Or maybe that's more about my childhood than you need to know.
The answer is, of course, my little Bed-Stuy Princess would totally kick her some baby-moose ass. Sad but true.
So join me! We will canter merrily through Cantral Park on our noble moose steeds. We will all be dressed as Napoleon- you, me and the mooses. We will laugh merrily, to know that our flagging, weakly constitutions are being restored, that sullen teenaged mooses will be waiting for us in dark, gnat free barns,with oatmeal: and that possibly, just possibly, we will have chance encounters with tourists!!
A happy day indeed.