A wild moose used an Alaska woman's wind chimes to perform a brief, impromptu concert outside her window. Britta Schroeder said she heard the chime moving but was surprised to look out her window and find the musically inclined moose. She added that no food was left outside of her home that would have attracted the animal.
Screen capture/Britta Schroeder/YouTube
HEALY, Alaska, May 11 (UPI) -- A musically inclined moose performed a miniature concert for an Alaska woman by playing with her wind chimes.
Britta Schroeder shared video of the talented moose outside the window of her home in Healy, as it brushed its head against the wind chime and created a musical tune.
"As I lay in bed this evening, I could hear my wind chime blowing up, but when I looked out the window, not even a blade of grass budged," Schroeder said.
She poked her head out the window to find the moose tugging at the string of her wind chime just outside.
Schroeder was not sure what drew the moose to her home, but assured that none of the containers seen in the video held any food.
"I should clarify that the blender and the red bucket in the video are part of a paper-making project and have no food, nor have ever had food, in either. The chest freezer is also locked," she wrote.
Once the moose was done with its brief, impromptu performance, it slowly made its way away from Schroeder's home.