Moose found with arrow in head, Idaho Fish and Game seek help

The moose had an arrow struck in it's head and was removed. Biologist's think the animal's chance of survival would be best if released on site instead of being transported. (Courtesy Idaho Fish and Game)

A calf bull moose had an arrow sticking out of its head Wednesday near Rexburg.

The moose was sedated and the arrow was removed.

There were signs of other arrow shots to the head.

Idaho Fish and Game responded to the calls and located the moose near the Teton Lakes Golf Course.

Officers are asking the public's help for information relating to the abuse.

Anyone who might have helpful information can call the Citizens Against Poaching (CAP) Hotline at 1-800-632-5999 or District Conservation Officer Andrew Sorenson at 208-390-0632.

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