In Al Agnew's Breaking Cover a large moose makes his way out of the birch forest to an open field. The moose is the largest of all deer species. The bull moose often weighs up to 1,800 pounds with an antler spread exceeding 6 feet. The word "moose" comes from an Algonquin word that aptly means "twig eater" since moose prefer to eat young shoots of birch and willow trees.
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Image size 27" x 18" Signed and numbered limited edition with a Certificate of Authenticity