The nearly 500-pound cow moose that found its way into the fence at Clover Self Storage in Nashua, N.H., last week was successfully guided back into the woods by a local conservation officer. Facility manager Kathryn Davis called authorities on Thursday after a customer reported seeing the six-foot-high moose on site.
The officer was initially concerned the moose might be sick because it was thin and seemed relaxed around people. On closer inspection, he found nothing wrong with the animal, allowing him to push it back into the wild. Authorities said the moose would have been put down if it was deemed unhealthy or presented a risk to the public.
Clover Self Storage is owned by College Bound Movers. The facility has 360 units and the property abuts a wetland.
Source: Nashua Telegraph, Cow moose safely back in the woods
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