moose call

moose call

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Listen out for Ben's hilarious attempt at a moose call.
Conversely, Moose call upon Fulbe's assistance even though being aware of Fulbe's divergent beliefs.
I am talking about the work of setting out in the morning darkness, traveling by boat to an area we guessed might hold moose, hiking quietly in and calling for hours, the results amounting to little more than long sessions of listening to the wind in fir trees or to utter stillness, punctuated by the groans of Cory's moose call. The quiet became overwhelming because it punctuated our hopelessness.
That particular number of their Proceedings is out of print, but it said that Antipher discussed quite frankly the nature of his moose call. He said that all moosecalling is related to music.
We drifted in indescribable silence for several captivating moments before Don put his moose call to his mouth and wailed like a lovesick cow.
Participants competed for money and bragging rights with loon and moose call competitions, nail pounding, trap set ting, and flour pack racing, as well as races with the Swede saw.
He also has contributed articles to the Moose Call. In short, he has made regular and important contributions to understanding the biology of moose and clearly is a dedicated "mooser."
The guide's cow moose call, one that he was particularly proud of, sounded more like a chain-saw in heat than a moose.
I cow-called and poured water into the lake from my birch bark moose call, imitating the sounds of a cow moose urinating in the water.
As Donn did his magic on a moose call, the bull charged across the shallows, stopped at 30 yards, and grunted.
"Moose in the City"--Toronto, Ontario, Canada's Millennium event (2000)--100's of life-sized moose sculptures gracing city streets (The Moose Call 2001, 12:25)