Alberta Parks officials issued another warning regarding wildlife over the May long weekend, this time regarding a moose.

The warning has been in place since Friday, May 17 and will be in effect until further notice for the West Bragg Creek Day Use Area and the Long Distance Trail. According to Parks officials, a moose charged an individual walking their dogs.

"Although a warning is in place for this area, moose can be encountered anywhere in Kananaskis Country and at any time," officials reminded,

To minimize your chance of conflict with moose, it's always best to keep your pet on a leash at all times and also be aware of your surroundings.

"Keeping your distance and yielding to moose on the trail and never getting between a cow and her calf."

Please immediately report all aggressive moose encounters to (403) 591-7755. The warning is one of several wildlife warnings in effect in K-Country.

On Friday, parks officials also posted another bear warning for the Kananaskis Country Golf Course including the parking lots, Club House, maintenance compound, and other buildings. The warning was prompted after multiple bears frequented the area grizzly and black.

There is also an active bear warning for Canyon Creek Road after a black bear reportedly bluff-charged an individual.

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