We live in the middle of wheat fields in Adams County. Wildlife in our yard has not happened in the 35 years we have lived here. So to have a moose come for a visit was very exciting. She showed up in our yard in the morning and after eating some flowers off of tree branches and the wild rose bush, she laid down for a rest. After a couple of hours she left. We picked up our grandchildren that afternoon and told them that we had had a moose in our yard. There response was disbelief. One of them said "Grandma, you must have been dreaming". After we got home that evening, the moose came back again. The kids were very excited and enthralled watching her. She again stayed about an hour and we have not seen her since. She didn't do much damage to my yard, just ate off of the high branches. One time she was eyeing one of my miniature rose bushes so I stuck my head out the door and clapped and hollered at her. She just looked at me (she was only 10 feet from the door)and turned around and headed for another high branch. She was a very polite moose. This was a very exciting experience for us and one that may never happen again in our area.