Moose in New Zealand

Discussion in 'Maine Moose Hunting' started by kenton6, Oct 5, 2005.

  1. kenton6

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    Did you see the story out that scientists think they have found moose living in New Zealand.
    Back in 1910 Canadian moose were introduced there on some remote heavily forested island and most believed that all the moose died within a short period of time.
    New evidence along with DNA shows that perhaps as many as 20 moose may be alive and well although no actual sightings have been made.
    Get ready to enter a lottery to go to New Zealand and hunt moose. :lol: :lol:
     
  2. Those must be some tough moose.
     

  3. It moose be hard to find only 20 of them..
     
  4. I could find them, give me a tag.
     
  5. kenton6

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    Will that carbine bring em down LJ?
     
  6. Without a doubt Tom.... without a doubt. :wink:
     
  7. With only 20 of them, I would feel compelled to help them protect themselves from any attempts to reduce their herd size......arm them, teach them small unit tactics, guerilla warfare, etc. I can see it now, commando moose lurking in the forests of NZ. :D