This is a day for strange wildlife stories.
First I read in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise that hiker on the Northville-Placid Trail stabbed a bear that had been following her. The bear took off; she’s all right. Read the story here.
Then I read on the Times Union’s website that a bull moose had wandered into a backyard in Halfmoon, a suburb of Albany. State officials tranquilized the animal and planned to release it in the southern Adirondacks. Read the story here.
Finally, the Associated Press reports that a deer in Ellenburg jumped through one window of a moving vehicle and out the other. Read the story here.