Orphaned Idaho moose calves being cared for at Wash. park

Credit: KING

Northwest Trek Wildlife Park has welcomed three orphaned moose calves from Idaho and Alaska. The four month old calves will live in a segregated area of the 435 acre park until they are old enough to be released into the general population.

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by CHRISTIE JOHNSON / KING 5 News

KTVB.COM

Posted on October 4, 2012 at 3:57 PM

Updated Thursday, Oct 4 at 10:35 PM

Northwest Trek Wildlife Park in Washington has welcomed three orphaned moose calves -- two from Idaho and one from Alaska.

The four-month-old calves will live in a segregated area of the 435-acre park until they are old enough to be released into the general population.

The orphans were found seperately this summer in Idaho. 

The public will be able to see then in the spring.

People can follow their progress on the website at www.nwtrek.org.

 

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