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B.C. conservation officers save trapped young cow moose near Peachland

A young cow moose's hind legs slid through the rungs of a bridge near Peachland.
A young cow moose's hind legs slid through the rungs of a bridge near Peachland. Courtesy: B.C. Conservation Officer Service

A young moose is back in the wild tonight, thanks to the actions of conservation officers.

The cow moose’s hind legs slid through the rungs of a bridge near Peachland, according to the B.C. Conservation Officer Service.

Courtesy: B.C. Conservation Officer Service
Courtesy: B.C. Conservation Officer Service. Courtesy: B.C. Conservation Officer Service

Officers said they tranquilized the animal and used a bobcat loader and slings to lift it to safety.

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The moose was then successfully released back into the wild.

Courtesy: B.C. Conservation Officer Service
Courtesy: B.C. Conservation Officer Service. Courtesy: B.C. Conservation Officer Service
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