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This is a first.not a bear, but just as cool

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Had 1 come out of the woods & trot along side the car for a ways up there. I was pretty little so it was a long time ago. I thought it was huge then.

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How cool is that Boar?  Have you ever seen a moose over there before???  

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its a young bull, I got pictures of the antlers,but cant figure out how to save the disk to windows ten. Barry, Its been quite a few years since ive seen a moose around here.

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I saw one up there about 7 or so years ago right around shooks motel and then about a couple weeks later read that a moose was hit by a car in the same area....

Cool things you seen when you leave a camera in the woods!!!

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HAVE ANY OF YOU met boar?????????????????????????? that's actually not a moose.......its boar taking selfies!!!!!!!!! :P:grin::grin:

love ya man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!;)

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On 8/19/2016 at 10:16 PM, Boar said:

thought i had a buck visiting a few pics of velvet antlers. baby huey steps in. so cool never had a moose on a bear site before. man i was tickled.

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Yeah, looks like a camel to me. Nice try! :lol:

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