continued Adirondack moose aren't easy to find, but once located, they seem to behave fearlessly, said Kanze. They'll just stand where they are and wait for whatever is bugging them to get close enough for a solid kick.
Most aren't interested in getting that close to a moose, so the brutes pose the most danger to cars. Weighing in at well over a thousand pounds, a moose collision can be serious.
As moose numbers locally increase, Kanze said, “Every year I drive a little bit slower after dark.”
At Indian Lake Central School, the moose tent hosted an Adirondack Museum table with an actual moose skull for handling by curious attendees. That moose was killed in an auto accident, said Jessica Rubin, the museum educator running the booth.