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This is the bizarre moment an enormous moose is rescued from a private swimming pool in New Hampshire. Biologists and local conservation officers helped coax the moose out of a swimming pool on Tuesday October 1 in Bedford, New Hampshire. It is believed the young bull was fired up due to the start of the mating season and had accidentally stumbled into the pool, in a resident's back garden, while looking for a female. According to officials, the hapless creature was stuck in the water for several hours but biologists and conservation officers put together a makeshift set of wooden stairs and were eventually able to coax the moose out. He was then seen running off through the back garden and into the woods. In a statement, New Hampshire Fish and Game said: "With the moose breeding season beginning to ramp up, bulls are on the move looking for mates. In his travels, this young bull accidentally found his way into a swimming pool. NHF&G Wildlife Biologists, with assistance from local Conservation Officers, were able to help remove the moose from the pool. The moose was unable to get himself out after several hours as the pool had no stairs. By putting a set of wooden steps in the pool and coaxing the moose towards them, he was able to find his way out and back into the woods.". 02 Oct 2019 Pictured: Moose stuck in New Hampshire pool. Photo credit: NHF&G / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the bizarre moment an enormous moose is rescued from a private swimming pool in New Hampshire. Biologists and local conservation officers helped coax the moose out of a swimming pool on Tuesday October 1 in Bedford, New Hampshire. It is believed the young bull was fired up due to the start of the mating season and had accidentally stumbled into the pool, in a resident's back garden, while looking for a female. According to officials, the hapless creature was stuck in the water for several hours but biologists and conservation officers put together a makeshift set of wooden stairs and were eventually able to coax the moose out. He was then seen running off through the back garden and into the woods. In a statement, New Hampshire Fish and Game said: "With the moose breeding season beginning to ramp up, bulls are on the move looking for mates. In his travels, this young bull accidentally found his way into a swimming pool. NHF&G Wildlife Biologists, with assistance from local Conservation Officers, were able to help remove the moose from the pool. The moose was unable to get himself out after several hours as the pool had no stairs. By putting a set of wooden steps in the pool and coaxing the moose towards them, he was able to find his way out and back into the woods.". 02 Oct 2019 Pictured: Moose stuck in New Hampshire pool. Photo credit: NHF&G / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the bizarre moment an enormous moose is rescued from a private swimming pool in New Hampshire. Biologists and local conservation officers helped coax the moose out of a swimming pool on Tuesday October 1 in Bedford, New Hampshire. It is believed the young bull was fired up due to the start of the mating season and had accidentally stumbled into the pool, in a resident's back garden, while looking for a female. According to officials, the hapless creature was stuck in the water for several hours but biologists and conservation officers put together a makeshift set of wooden stairs and were eventually able to coax the moose out. He was then seen running off through the back garden and into the woods. In a statement, New Hampshire Fish and Game said: "With the moose breeding season beginning to ramp up, bulls are on the move looking for mates. In his travels, this young bull accidentally found his way into a swimming pool. NHF&G Wildlife Biologists, with assistance from local Conservation Officers, were able to help remove the moose from the pool. The moose was unable to get himself out after several hours as the pool had no stairs. By putting a set of wooden steps in the pool and coaxing the moose towards them, he was able to find his way out and back into the woods.". 02 Oct 2019 Pictured: Moose stuck in New Hampshire pool. Photo credit: NHF&G / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the bizarre moment an enormous moose is rescued from a private swimming pool in New Hampshire. Biologists and local conservation officers helped coax the moose out of a swimming pool on Tuesday October 1 in Bedford, New Hampshire. It is believed the young bull was fired up due to the start of the mating season and had accidentally stumbled into the pool, in a resident's back garden, while looking for a female. According to officials, the hapless creature was stuck in the water for several hours but biologists and conservation officers put together a makeshift set of wooden stairs and were eventually able to coax the moose out. He was then seen running off through the back garden and into the woods. In a statement, New Hampshire Fish and Game said: "With the moose breeding season beginning to ramp up, bulls are on the move looking for mates. In his travels, this young bull accidentally found his way into a swimming pool. NHF&G Wildlife Biologists, with assistance from local Conservation Officers, were able to help remove the moose from the pool. The moose was unable to get himself out after several hours as the pool had no stairs. By putting a set of wooden steps in the pool and coaxing the moose towards them, he was able to find his way out and back into the woods.". 02 Oct 2019 Pictured: Moose stuck in New Hampshire pool. Photo credit: NHF&G / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the bizarre moment an enormous moose is rescued from a private swimming pool in New Hampshire. Biologists and local conservation officers helped coax the moose out of a swimming pool on Tuesday October 1 in Bedford, New Hampshire. It is believed the young bull was fired up due to the start of the mating season and had accidentally stumbled into the pool, in a resident's back garden, while looking for a female. According to officials, the hapless creature was stuck in the water for several hours but biologists and conservation officers put together a makeshift set of wooden stairs and were eventually able to coax the moose out. He was then seen running off through the back garden and into the woods. In a statement, New Hampshire Fish and Game said: "With the moose breeding season beginning to ramp up, bulls are on the move looking for mates. In his travels, this young bull accidentally found his way into a swimming pool. NHF&G Wildlife Biologists, with assistance from local Conservation Officers, were able to help remove the moose from the pool. The moose was unable to get himself out after several hours as the pool had no stairs. By putting a set of wooden steps in the pool and coaxing the moose towards them, he was able to find his way out and back into the woods.". 02 Oct 2019 Pictured: Moose stuck in New Hampshire pool. Photo credit: NHF&G / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the bizarre moment an enormous moose is rescued from a private swimming pool in New Hampshire. Biologists and local conservation officers helped coax the moose out of a swimming pool on Tuesday October 1 in Bedford, New Hampshire. It is believed the young bull was fired up due to the start of the mating season and had accidentally stumbled into the pool, in a resident's back garden, while looking for a female. According to officials, the hapless creature was stuck in the water for several hours but biologists and conservation officers put together a makeshift set of wooden stairs and were eventually able to coax the moose out. He was then seen running off through the back garden and into the woods. In a statement, New Hampshire Fish and Game said: "With the moose breeding season beginning to ramp up, bulls are on the move looking for mates. In his travels, this young bull accidentally found his way into a swimming pool. NHF&G Wildlife Biologists, with assistance from local Conservation Officers, were able to help remove the moose from the pool. The moose was unable to get himself out after several hours as the pool had no stairs. By putting a set of wooden steps in the pool and coaxing the moose towards them, he was able to find his way out and back into the woods.". 02 Oct 2019 Pictured: Moose stuck in New Hampshire pool. Photo credit: NHF&G / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the bizarre moment an enormous moose is rescued from a private swimming pool in New Hampshire. Biologists and local conservation officers helped coax the moose out of a swimming pool on Tuesday October 1 in Bedford, New Hampshire. It is believed the young bull was fired up due to the start of the mating season and had accidentally stumbled into the pool, in a resident's back garden, while looking for a female. According to officials, the hapless creature was stuck in the water for several hours but biologists and conservation officers put together a makeshift set of wooden stairs and were eventually able to coax the moose out. He was then seen running off through the back garden and into the woods. In a statement, New Hampshire Fish and Game said: "With the moose breeding season beginning to ramp up, bulls are on the move looking for mates. In his travels, this young bull accidentally found his way into a swimming pool. NHF&G Wildlife Biologists, with assistance from local Conservation Officers, were able to help remove the moose from the pool. The moose was unable to get himself out after several hours as the pool had no stairs. By putting a set of wooden steps in the pool and coaxing the moose towards them, he was able to find his way out and back into the woods.". 02 Oct 2019 Pictured: Moose stuck in New Hampshire pool. Photo credit: NHF&G / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the bizarre moment an enormous moose is rescued from a private swimming pool in New Hampshire. Biologists and local conservation officers helped coax the moose out of a swimming pool on Tuesday October 1 in Bedford, New Hampshire. It is believed the young bull was fired up due to the start of the mating season and had accidentally stumbled into the pool, in a resident's back garden, while looking for a female. According to officials, the hapless creature was stuck in the water for several hours but biologists and conservation officers put together a makeshift set of wooden stairs and were eventually able to coax the moose out. He was then seen running off through the back garden and into the woods. In a statement, New Hampshire Fish and Game said: "With the moose breeding season beginning to ramp up, bulls are on the move looking for mates. In his travels, this young bull accidentally found his way into a swimming pool. NHF&G Wildlife Biologists, with assistance from local Conservation Officers, were able to help remove the moose from the pool. The moose was unable to get himself out after several hours as the pool had no stairs. By putting a set of wooden steps in the pool and coaxing the moose towards them, he was able to find his way out and back into the woods.". 02 Oct 2019 Pictured: Moose stuck in New Hampshire pool. Photo credit: NHF&G / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the bizarre moment an enormous moose is rescued from a private swimming pool in New Hampshire. Biologists and local conservation officers helped coax the moose out of a swimming pool on Tuesday October 1 in Bedford, New Hampshire. It is believed the young bull was fired up due to the start of the mating season and had accidentally stumbled into the pool, in a resident's back garden, while looking for a female. According to officials, the hapless creature was stuck in the water for several hours but biologists and conservation officers put together a makeshift set of wooden stairs and were eventually able to coax the moose out. He was then seen running off through the back garden and into the woods. In a statement, New Hampshire Fish and Game said: "With the moose breeding season beginning to ramp up, bulls are on the move looking for mates. In his travels, this young bull accidentally found his way into a swimming pool. NHF&G Wildlife Biologists, with assistance from local Conservation Officers, were able to help remove the moose from the pool. The moose was unable to get himself out after several hours as the pool had no stairs. By putting a set of wooden steps in the pool and coaxing the moose towards them, he was able to find his way out and back into the woods.". 02 Oct 2019 Pictured: Moose stuck in New Hampshire pool. Photo credit: NHF&G / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the bizarre moment an enormous moose is rescued from a private swimming pool in New Hampshire. Biologists and local conservation officers helped coax the moose out of a swimming pool on Tuesday October 1 in Bedford, New Hampshire. It is believed the young bull was fired up due to the start of the mating season and had accidentally stumbled into the pool, in a resident's back garden, while looking for a female. According to officials, the hapless creature was stuck in the water for several hours but biologists and conservation officers put together a makeshift set of wooden stairs and were eventually able to coax the moose out. He was then seen running off through the back garden and into the woods. In a statement, New Hampshire Fish and Game said: "With the moose breeding season beginning to ramp up, bulls are on the move looking for mates. In his travels, this young bull accidentally found his way into a swimming pool. NHF&G Wildlife Biologists, with assistance from local Conservation Officers, were able to help remove the moose from the pool. The moose was unable to get himself out after several hours as the pool had no stairs. By putting a set of wooden steps in the pool and coaxing the moose towards them, he was able to find his way out and back into the woods.". 02 Oct 2019 Pictured: Moose stuck in New Hampshire pool. Photo credit: NHF&G / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the bizarre moment an enormous moose is rescued from a private swimming pool in New Hampshire. Biologists and local conservation officers helped coax the moose out of a swimming pool on Tuesday October 1 in Bedford, New Hampshire. It is believed the young bull was fired up due to the start of the mating season and had accidentally stumbled into the pool, in a resident's back garden, while looking for a female. According to officials, the hapless creature was stuck in the water for several hours but biologists and conservation officers put together a makeshift set of wooden stairs and were eventually able to coax the moose out. He was then seen running off through the back garden and into the woods. In a statement, New Hampshire Fish and Game said: "With the moose breeding season beginning to ramp up, bulls are on the move looking for mates. In his travels, this young bull accidentally found his way into a swimming pool. NHF&G Wildlife Biologists, with assistance from local Conservation Officers, were able to help remove the moose from the pool. The moose was unable to get himself out after several hours as the pool had no stairs. By putting a set of wooden steps in the pool and coaxing the moose towards them, he was able to find his way out and back into the woods.". 02 Oct 2019 Pictured: Moose stuck in New Hampshire pool. Photo credit: NHF&G / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the bizarre moment an enormous moose is rescued from a private swimming pool in New Hampshire. Biologists and local conservation officers helped coax the moose out of a swimming pool on Tuesday October 1 in Bedford, New Hampshire. It is believed the young bull was fired up due to the start of the mating season and had accidentally stumbled into the pool, in a resident's back garden, while looking for a female. According to officials, the hapless creature was stuck in the water for several hours but biologists and conservation officers put together a makeshift set of wooden stairs and were eventually able to coax the moose out. He was then seen running off through the back garden and into the woods. In a statement, New Hampshire Fish and Game said: "With the moose breeding season beginning to ramp up, bulls are on the move looking for mates. In his travels, this young bull accidentally found his way into a swimming pool. NHF&G Wildlife Biologists, with assistance from local Conservation Officers, were able to help remove the moose from the pool. The moose was unable to get himself out after several hours as the pool had no stairs. By putting a set of wooden steps in the pool and coaxing the moose towards them, he was able to find his way out and back into the woods.". 02 Oct 2019 Pictured: Moose stuck in New Hampshire pool. Photo credit: NHF&G / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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