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Aggressive moose still hanging around Ginter’s Meadow

The city has installed warning signs on the trails near Ginter's Meadow as well as at the Meadow itelf to help ensure visitors are aware of an aggressive moose in the area. City of Prince George photo
The city has installed warning signs on the trails near Ginter’s Meadow as well as at the meadow itself to help ensure visitors are aware of an aggressive moose in the area. City of Prince George photo

The City of Prince George is advising residents that an aggressive moose cow and her calves are still active near Ginter’s Meadow following a second incident, which resulted in injuries to a dog and its owner. Moose often regard dogs as predators and may become aggressive. The City has installed warning signs on the trails near Ginter’s Meadow as well as at the Meadow itself to help ensure visitors to the area are aware of the situation.

To avoid a potential conflict with the moose and her calves, residents are encouraged to use caution and leash their pets both while walking through Ginter’s Meadow and along nearby streets and wooded areas.

Wildlife such as moose are part of the urban landscape in Prince George and, as always, residents are encouraged to exercise caution and be on the lookout at all times while enjoying parks and green spaces.