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Only in Canada would there be a car-licking moose warning

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Only in Canada would there be a car-licking moose warning

Post by jedi17 on Thu 15 Dec 2016, 8:21 pm

Thursday, December 15, 2016, 3:01 PM - Only in Canada would there be a car-licking moose warning.
Alberta Parks issued the warning for Chester Lake and Burstall pass trailhead parking lots in Kananaskis, Alberta.
Officials recommend motorists to keep at least 30 metres away from any moose, and to sound a car horn or use a remote door alarm to deter the animals.

"Do not attempt to push moose away from your vehicle while on foot," the warning reads.
Many animals, including moose, have a natural need for salt in order to maintain good health and if there is no natural source available, they will search elsewhere for replenishment.

The warning remains in place until further notice.
While it is unclear exactly how many car-licking incidents have been reported in 2016, Alberta Parks says this is something that happens every year during the wintertime.

SOURCE: Alberta Parks
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Re: Only in Canada would there be a car-licking moose warning

Post by duck2000 on Thu 15 Dec 2016, 8:39 pm

@jedi17 wrote:Thursday, December 15, 2016, 3:01 PM - Only in Canada would there be a car-licking moose warning.
Alberta Parks issued the warning for Chester Lake and Burstall pass trailhead parking lots in Kananaskis, Alberta.
Officials recommend motorists to keep at least 30 metres away from any moose, and to sound a car horn or use a remote door alarm to deter the animals.

"Do not attempt to push moose away from your vehicle while on foot," the warning reads.
Many animals, including moose, have a natural need for salt in order to maintain good health and if there is no natural source available, they will search elsewhere for replenishment.

The warning remains in place until further notice.
While it is unclear exactly how many car-licking incidents have been reported in 2016, Alberta Parks says this is something that happens every year during the wintertime.

SOURCE: Alberta Parks
um exactly where do i have to park my car to get it licked.. please send directions
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Re: Only in Canada would there be a car-licking moose warning

Post by fonz1951 on Thu 15 Dec 2016, 8:43 pm

"Do not attempt to push moose away from your vehicle while on foot,"  while who's on foot, the moose or the person? lol
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Re: Only in Canada would there be a car-licking moose warning

Post by jedi17 on Thu 15 Dec 2016, 8:49 pm

@duck2000 wrote:
@jedi17 wrote:Thursday, December 15, 2016, 3:01 PM - Only in Canada would there be a car-licking moose warning.
Alberta Parks issued the warning for Chester Lake and Burstall pass trailhead parking lots in Kananaskis, Alberta.
Officials recommend motorists to keep at least 30 metres away from any moose, and to sound a car horn or use a remote door alarm to deter the animals.

"Do not attempt to push moose away from your vehicle while on foot," the warning reads.
Many animals, including moose, have a natural need for salt in order to maintain good health and if there is no natural source available, they will search elsewhere for replenishment.

The warning remains in place until further notice.
While it is unclear exactly how many car-licking incidents have been reported in 2016, Alberta Parks says this is something that happens every year during the wintertime.

SOURCE: Alberta Parks
um exactly where do i have to park my car to get it licked.. please send directions


take highway 11 north for about 10 kms, turn left at the lake, then a quick right where you see the big rock beside the pine tree, park your car and call the moose over.
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Re: Only in Canada would there be a car-licking moose warning

Post by zimi31 on Thu 15 Dec 2016, 9:06 pm

@jedi17 wrote:
@duck2000 wrote:
@jedi17 wrote:Thursday, December 15, 2016, 3:01 PM - Only in Canada would there be a car-licking moose warning.
Alberta Parks issued the warning for Chester Lake and Burstall pass trailhead parking lots in Kananaskis, Alberta.
Officials recommend motorists to keep at least 30 metres away from any moose, and to sound a car horn or use a remote door alarm to deter the animals.

"Do not attempt to push moose away from your vehicle while on foot," the warning reads.
Many animals, including moose, have a natural need for salt in order to maintain good health and if there is no natural source available, they will search elsewhere for replenishment.

The warning remains in place until further notice.
While it is unclear exactly how many car-licking incidents have been reported in 2016, Alberta Parks says this is something that happens every year during the wintertime.

SOURCE: Alberta Parks
um exactly where do i have to park my car to get it licked.. please send directions


         lol!





take highway 11 north for about 10 kms, turn left at the lake, then a quick right where you see the big rock beside the pine tree, park your car and call the moose over.
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Re: Only in Canada would there be a car-licking moose warning

Post by ahill on Fri 16 Dec 2016, 3:45 am

Apparently moose like beer  .... somebody found that out.  Who knows how?

When you park your car by the big rock beside the pine tree  and you want your car licked -  you have to give the moose call.
(leave a can of open beer)

This is what you say ....  "Here moosie, moosie, moosie - Here moosie, moosie, moosie"

Works every time.  

(and don't ask me how I know)  lol!  

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Re: Only in Canada would there be a car-licking moose warning

Post by weslin3 on Fri 16 Dec 2016, 8:52 am

lol! Only on Neno's can you find such great people with a sense of humor... This was needed. Thanks to all of you... and especially jedi...  bighug
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Re: Only in Canada would there be a car-licking moose warning

Post by Lobo on Fri 16 Dec 2016, 9:21 am

Everyone, this is too funny, thanks for the laugh

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