News Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary and Fowler Construction rescue a moose and her twins SHARE ON: Karim Mosna, contributor, Friday May. 25th, 2018 Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary and Fowler Construction rescue a moose. Courtesy: Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary It was a team effort to save a moose and her twins. After receiving a tip from a woman that her husband had hit a moose, the Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary found an injured moose stuck in a roadside swamp on Muskoka Road 3 in Rosseau. Managing director of Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Howard Smith says with the help of Fowler Construction they were successful in getting the moose to the sanctuary. //www.myparrysoundnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/MOOSE-RESCUE-V1.wav Smith says due to her injuries they were not able to save the moose, but veterinarian Dr. Trinita was able to rescue her baby twins. //www.myparrysoundnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/MOOSE-RESCUE-V2.wav The male was named Fowler after Fowler Construction, the female was named Trinita after the veterinarian.