(FORT HALL, ID) — It isn’t uncommon for wildlife to wander through the mostly rural areas in eastern Idaho, but occasionally they find their way into our backyards. On Monday, Fort Hall Fish & Wildlife officials responded to a report of a calf moose hanging around one man’s horse corrals. Area Fish and Game authorities say it’s normal for elk, deer, and even moose to wander down to lower elevations during this time of year. They advise drivers to keep their eyes open in migration zones and to notify then if a a big game animal wanders into a populated area.
Stephan Rockefeller, EastIdahoNews.com
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