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Violet Colson Violet Colson from Stephenville Crossing wrote on September 8, 2016 at 10:56 pm:
I am always making people aware of moose on the highways.. I had a friend who was killed by a moose in August 2000.. He was on his way fishing when a moose came out of nowhere it seemed and rammed into his car..He was only 37. I am so happy that we have the moose fence between Gallants and Stephenville Acess Road ( Whites Road)..The fence should be all along the TCH or at least the bushes and trees cut back much farther from the road..
I am always making people aware of moose on the highways.. I had a friend who was killed by a moose in August 2000.. He was on his way fishing when a moose came out of nowhere it seemed and rammed into his car..He was only 37. I am so happy that we have the moose fence between Gallants and Stephenville Acess Road ( Whites Road)..The fence should be all along the TCH or at least the bushes and trees cut back much farther from the road..
Dick Visser Dick Visser from Dutch wrote on June 23, 2013 at 4:06 pm:
This site is interesting as well as informative. Enjoyed browsing through the site. Keep up the good work. Visser Family
This site is interesting as well as informative. Enjoyed browsing through the site. Keep up the good work. Visser Family
Linda Bishop Linda Bishop from Goulds, NL wrote on March 14, 2013 at 1:39 am:
It is now March 2013. The moose are now back on the highways more & more. My heart sinks every time I hear of these sightings, hoping nobody hits them. We are still praying that Government chooses to erect fencing for this big problem. New Brunswick has proven that fences WORK, why doesn't our Government look at those results. Call our toll free number (1-855-896-6673 (1-855-89MOOSE)) with a moose accident, sighting or any moose incident.
It is now March 2013. The moose are now back on the highways more & more. My heart sinks every time I hear of these sightings, hoping nobody hits them. We are still praying that Government chooses to erect fencing for this big problem. New Brunswick has proven that fences WORK, why doesn't our Government look at those results. Call our toll free number (1-855-896-6673 (1-855-89MOOSE)) with a moose accident, sighting or any moose incident.
Jeff Warford Jeff Warford from New Brunswick currently ... born in NL wrote on August 25, 2012 at 8:19 pm:
I have to put my two cents in here. I currently live in New Brunswick. I commute 35o kms round trip a day, most of it through some of the higher populated areas of deer and moose in that province. Throughout the past few years they`ve steadily installed wild life fencing ... IT WORKED. I have routinely counted dozens of deer and moose on my trip to work in the am. Since the fencing was installed, I`ve seen one deer on the road. Wildlife fencing works, I`m baffled that people cannot get that simple solution through their thick skulls back home in NL, both politicians and activists. Warning lights do not work, hotlines do not work, more licenses, cutting brush, slower speeds etc etc etc, it`s all a waste of time money and effort. These law suits are an eye opener, I`m guessing they`re along the same lines of the two gents that hired the ambulance chaser to sue the government because they brought moose to the province ...... I shake my head. My best piece of advice is to be aware of your surroundings and keep lobbying the government to install wildlife fencing, just look at the statistics from... Read more
I have to put my two cents in here. I currently live in New Brunswick. I commute 35o kms round trip a day, most of it through some of the higher populated areas of deer and moose in that province. Throughout the past few years they`ve steadily installed wild life fencing ... IT WORKED. I have routinely counted dozens of deer and moose on my trip to work in the am. Since the fencing was installed, I`ve seen one deer on the road. Wildlife fencing works, I`m baffled that people cannot get that simple solution through their thick skulls back home in NL, both politicians and activists. Warning lights do not work, hotlines do not work, more licenses, cutting brush, slower speeds etc etc etc, it`s all a waste of time money and effort. These law suits are an eye opener, I`m guessing they`re along the same lines of the two gents that hired the ambulance chaser to sue the government because they brought moose to the province ...... I shake my head. My best piece of advice is to be aware of your surroundings and keep lobbying the government to install wildlife fencing, just look at the statistics from New Brunswick, ├Čt costs money, but it`s a proven method. End rant.
Bradley Walsh Bradley Walsh wrote on December 15, 2011 at 7:04 pm:
Ladies and Gentlemen,my name is Bradley Walsh.I am 38 years old and a survivor of not 1 ,but 2 moose/vehicle collisions.The first one was in August of 1991,there were no injuries,but my vehicle was written off.The second accident was on October 30,1993.I ended up in hospital for about 3 weeks,with massive facial and back injuries,and about 4 1/2 months of physiotherapy,and have had troubles,periodically,over the years,with my back,neck,etc,which has hampered my ability to do many of the things that i enjoyed,before the injuries,such as basketball,soccer,etc. I AM A FIRM BELIEVER in the fact that the Provincial Government,at the very least,should coordinate an inquiry into the dangers and costs of moose/vehicle colissions here in NL.I believe that the Government owes its TAXPAYING,VOTING CITIZENS OF NL at least that much.WHAT THE POLITICIANS HAVE TO REALIZE IS::::: "Who pays your Salary,perks,benefits,Costituency allowance,etc.THAT'S RIGHT LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,IT CERTAINLY AIN'T THE MOOSE,IT IS THE LIVING,BREATHING,WORKING,TAXPAYING,VOTING,CITIZENS OF NL THAT SHOULD HAVE THEIR SAY,THE ONES WHO PUT THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE EVERY TIME THEY DRIVE THE HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
Ladies and Gentlemen,my name is Bradley Walsh.I am 38 years old and a survivor of not 1 ,but 2 moose/vehicle collisions.The first one was in August of 1991,there were no injuries,but my vehicle was written off.The second accident was on October 30,1993.I ended up in hospital for about 3 weeks,with massive facial and back injuries,and about 4 1/2 months of physiotherapy,and have had troubles,periodically,over the years,with my back,neck,etc,which has hampered my ability to do many of the things that i enjoyed,before the injuries,such as basketball,soccer,etc. I AM A FIRM BELIEVER in the fact that the Provincial Government,at the very least,should coordinate an inquiry into the dangers and costs of moose/vehicle colissions here in NL.I believe that the Government owes its TAXPAYING,VOTING CITIZENS OF NL at least that much.WHAT THE POLITICIANS HAVE TO REALIZE IS::::: "Who pays your Salary,perks,benefits,Costituency allowance,etc.THAT'S RIGHT LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,IT CERTAINLY AIN'T THE MOOSE,IT IS THE LIVING,BREATHING,WORKING,TAXPAYING,VOTING,CITIZENS OF NL THAT SHOULD HAVE THEIR SAY,THE ONES WHO PUT THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE EVERY TIME THEY DRIVE THE HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
Deanne Byrne Deanne Byrne from Canadian wrote on September 20, 2011 at 1:12 pm:
I want to say thanks for Ches for taking the steps to go after the government to make them open theie eyes on what is happening in our provience. Leaving the nightmare myself I know what people are going through, and I only hope the government will step up and do something. As for a comment from Pat, I was not speeding, doing 70 in a 100 zone with my 2 year old son aboard, what would you say to me because I was not speeding, It's not always speed involved, you just can't see the dam things.
I want to say thanks for Ches for taking the steps to go after the government to make them open theie eyes on what is happening in our provience. Leaving the nightmare myself I know what people are going through, and I only hope the government will step up and do something. As for a comment from Pat, I was not speeding, doing 70 in a 100 zone with my 2 year old son aboard, what would you say to me because I was not speeding, It's not always speed involved, you just can't see the dam things.
Frank Frank wrote on September 16, 2011 at 10:32 pm:
More people are hurt every day by bad driving habits than the poor moose. What about all the people who die from alcohol and speeding and no seatbelt use. Find a new cause Eugene!!
More people are hurt every day by bad driving habits than the poor moose. What about all the people who die from alcohol and speeding and no seatbelt use. Find a new cause Eugene!!
Reg Feener Reg Feener from Grand Falls-Windsor wrote on July 27, 2011 at 8:29 pm:
I was the lucky survivor of a "motorcycle-moose" accident last labor day near my hometown of GF-W. Although my body took a real beating I guess I was lucky just to survive at all. It isn't only the physical part but also the mental part .I have relived it many many times since.I will support anything that can help to stop the carnage.The gov. must increase the hunt,put up fences.or anything else to stop others from facing my ordeal..thank you.
I was the lucky survivor of a "motorcycle-moose" accident last labor day near my hometown of GF-W. Although my body took a real beating I guess I was lucky just to survive at all. It isn't only the physical part but also the mental part .I have relived it many many times since.I will support anything that can help to stop the carnage.The gov. must increase the hunt,put up fences.or anything else to stop others from facing my ordeal..thank you.
Gerald W Budden Gerald W Budden from Sop's Arm, NL wrote on June 29, 2011 at 7:13 pm:
While I believe the fences will make a difference, I maintain that the real solution to this issue is quite simple! ...Issue moose hunting licenses, and permit hunters to get their moose wherever they sight it (East, Central, West, North, etc.) Keep the zones only for if the moose population gets too low in a specific area - then, close that area to all hunters!
While I believe the fences will make a difference, I maintain that the real solution to this issue is quite simple! ...Issue moose hunting licenses, and permit hunters to get their moose wherever they sight it (East, Central, West, North, etc.) Keep the zones only for if the moose population gets too low in a specific area - then, close that area to all hunters!
Shawn Hobbs Shawn Hobbs from GFW wrote on June 7, 2011 at 5:09 pm:
I completly support sopac, keep up the good work in keeping the puplic informed.
I completly support sopac, keep up the good work in keeping the puplic informed.