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A Good Omen

The native Algonquians believed that moose were Good Omens. “If you dream of moose often, you will live a long life.” It was these native people of the North Country who gave the moose its name many years ago. Moose means “he who eats off trees and shrubs” or “twig eater.” Despite its huge size, a moose can move through the woods as quietly as shadows. In this classic wildlife nature art painting, Jack Paluh has captured this majestic creature as “A Good Omen.”

A Good Omen

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