A Look At Predators In Our National Parks

People are turning up missing at alarming rates in America’s national parks, forests and in other public wild lands.

Delia D’Ambra iis an investigative journalist and host of the Park Predators podcast and has been studying the issue since she came across alarming disappearances in her line of work.

Are these disappearances linked to mountain lions, bears and other wild predators or predators of the human kind?

Click banner to listen to this fascinating episode.

Listen to the latest episode of the Dark Outdoors podcast with Chester Moore to hear what Delia has found in her research.

Crazy Texas Moose Story

There was actually once a moose in Texas according to a 1989 story in The Oklahoman.. I included this in a story in the Fish & Game report last week.

Here’s one of the highlights from The Oklahoman.

A wandering bull moose that has been seen on occasion in the Oklahoma Panhandle apparently is in deep trouble in western Kansas.

Kansas wildlife officials said the big bull is in poor body condition and appears to be suffering from severe parasite infestation.

The animal, sporting an impressive set of antlers, was first observed in South Dakota in October 1987. Since then it has traveled through Nebraska and Kansas, across the Panhandle and into Texas. It later returned to Kansas and took up residence in the Kirwin National Wildlife Refuge before beginning another journey last fall. It was seen in Oklahoma last September, near the Optima Wildlife Refuge

This stray moose came over from Colorado and shows that wildlife do not respect maps and boundaries we put on them. Have you ever seen animal that is not supposed to be in Texas?

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