Ontario's Moose Hunt Hampered by Warm Weather
For those that spent their long weekend hunting moose in Ontario's season opener, there is a good chance they may go home empty handed. The unseasonably warm weather for the opening weekend has kept the moose more stationary. With cooler weather the animals move around more and make themselves more visible. With the warm weather, if a moose is killed it also becomes a race against time to get the animal taken care of before the heat spoils it.
Locals can usually wait for the cooler weather before going out on their moose hunt. Hunters that have traveled to Ontario and can't wait around for the cooler weather, good luck and safe travels.
The regular moose hunting season began on Saturday and will last into December. From CBCNews.com.