Moose seen in Washington's Mount Rainier National Park for first time EVER trends now

Moose seen in Washington's Mount Rainier National Park for first time EVER trends now
Moose seen in Washington's Mount Rainier National Park for first time EVER trends now

Moose seen in Washington's Mount Rainier National Park for first time EVER trends now

Spot a moose, spot a moose! Majestic mammal is seen in Washington's Mount Rainier National Park for the first time - 350 miles south of where they are usually found Park rangers saw the first ever moose in Washington's Mount Rainier walking through the snow Moose are a priority species, which means they require special conservation techniques to protect them 'We are really excited about this sighting!' park officials said in their post As of 2015 there were an estimated 5,000 moose in Washington, mostly in the Selkirk Mountains, more than 350 miles north of Mount Rainier

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Park service rangers recorded the first ever moose sighting in Washington's Mount Rainier National Park on Thursday. 

The animal was walking alone through the snow along Sunrise Road and park officials shared a photograph of the mammal on Facebook

Moose are considered a priority species by Washington's Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), which means they require special conservation techniques to protect them. 

That conservation is required because of a species' population status, sensitivity to habitat alteration and/or recreational, tribal or commercial importance.  

Park service rangers recorded the first ever moose sighting in Washington's Mount Rainier National Park on Thursday

Park service rangers recorded the first ever moose sighting in Washington's Mount Rainier National Park on Thursday

According to the WDFW, as of

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