Bull moose behind fence at B.C. airport feasts on fresh trees before being coaxed to leave


PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — A bull moose that managed to wander inside the fenced perimeter at the Prince George, B.C., airport ended up staying after finding itself alone in what an animal researcher says was an untouched “Garden of Eden.” University of Northern B.C. ecosystem science researcher Roy Rea says conservation officers, airport fire crews and university scientists teamed up to coax the moose through an open fence after the animal spent several weeks at the airport feasting on fresh tree growth.

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