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Reader photo: Munchin’ moose

Jonathan Wisor captured this photo of a moose trio at a wetland on the bank of the Little Spokane River on Nov. 11. “I know not to approach a moose ... but they spent about 30 minutes approaching me,” he said. “I got these photos before beating a hasty retreat.” (Jonathan Wisor / COURTESY)
Jonathan Wisor captured this photo of a moose trio at a wetland on the bank of the Little Spokane River on Nov. 11. “I know not to approach a moose ... but they spent about 30 minutes approaching me,” he said. “I got these photos before beating a hasty retreat.” (Jonathan Wisor / COURTESY)

Jonathan Wisor captured this photo of a moose trio at a wetland on the bank of the Little Spokane River on Nov. 11. “I know not to approach a moose … but they spent about 30 minutes approaching me,” he said. “I got these photos before beating a hasty retreat.”

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