While the Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary was unable to save a mother moose’s life, they are caring for her young. Managing Director Howard Smith says the two calves are doing well.

Smith says the calves are currently at the bottle-feeding stage.

Smith says they will remain with the sanctuary for another year and then be released locally. Their mother was rescued from a roadside swamp by Aspen Valley with the help of Fowler Construction, but unfortunately passed away.

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