Common questions

Can you keep a moose carcass in New York?

Can you keep a moose carcass in New York?

Effective July 6, 1999, the New York State Legislature amended section 11-0915 of the ECL concerning the disposition of moose carcasses resulting from vehicle collisions. It allows people who accidentally kill moose with a motor vehicle that has been damaged in the process to obtain a permit from a law enforcement officer to keep the carcass.

Is the Moose scooter delivered 2 days late?

I have purchased a scooter from Moose and so far the scooter was delivered 2 days late which they did refund the delivery charge but still missed my sons birthday. When the scooter arrived we have charged it as instructed to do and the Scooter quite simply doesn’t work.

What’s the best way to avoid hitting Moose?

DEC is working with the Department of Transportation to develop warning methods for motorists in moose country. Research in other states has shown that vehicle speed is the most common factor leading to moose collisions, so the best way to avoid hitting a moose is to slow down, especially from dusk to dawn.

Who are the Predators of Moose in New York State?

There are no predators of adult moose in New York State, but elsewhere in North America, wolves are their main predator. Parasites: Moose are susceptible to a parasite known as brainworm that infects the nervous system and usually causes death.

Who was the man that got hit by a moose?

The event occurred around 6:15 p.m. local time on Monday evening. Joel Wortman, who was driving the second car, reportedly hit the animal after the first car did, which caused him to strike a third vehicle head-on. The moose ended up on top of the second vehicle, driven by Wortman, 52.

Why was Moose warned not to lick their cars?

So the moose would wander onto the roads running through the 2.8 million-acre park, increasing the chances of cars hitting them and drivers getting injured or killed. The warning was similar to park rangers’ trying to stop campers from leaving food at campgrounds lest it encourage bears to keep coming back to the site, Mr. Young said.

What did the moose do in the video?

A shocking video sent to CBC News shows just how quickly a driver’s life can change forever even while driving in good weather, with no distractions, under the speed limit. A moose darts out from the ditch in front of a vehicle on the highway.

How often does a moose hit a car in Maine?

In 2019, cited Maine traffic statistics that said moose and automobile collisions were down nearly 50 percent from the 1998 peak of 1,200 per year, but still happening at a rate of about 500 per year. Within the past decade, there have been about 7,000 moose-related car accidents, with 26 resulting in a fatality.

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Ruth Doyle