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Family of Moose Pose for Photos in Northwestern Connecticut

The motion-activated trail camera at Connecticut Audubon Society's Richard G. Croft Memorial Preserve, in Goshen, captured amazing photos of the resident family of moose.

The motion-activated trail camera at Connecticut Audubon Society's Richard G. Croft Memorial Preserve, in Goshen, captured amazing photos of the resident family of moose (a male with a beautiful rack of antlers, one or two females, and a calf) recently.

Here's one. There are more, including a shot of the calf following its mother, on our blogs:

www.ctaudubon.org/blog-ct-audubon

ctaudubon.blogspot.com

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Cathy Vellucci October 30, 2012 at 12:26 AM
How cool is that? I didn't know we had moose in CT, and the photos made me smile looking at the family.
John Fitts October 30, 2012 at 12:45 AM
Hi Cathy. We recently had one in Collinsville as well. I was lucky enough to see him! http://patch.com/A-yhVJ
Karen's Dog Training Blog October 30, 2012 at 01:23 AM
Ohhh I would have loved to see him. Neat that you got to see a Moose in Collinsville!

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