Hunting Trophy (Moosehead), 1940

With a weight of about 1,200 pounds and antlers measuring 62.5 inches from one extremity to the other, this is one of the largest specimens of moose ever hunted in Quebec. This animal was captured by Merrick Belknap, Warren Drew and Everette Duquette, all residents of Magog at the time, as they were out capturing fish for Magog’s fish farm, near Carp Lake, located north of Saint-Jovite. Donated by Merrick Belknap for the exhibit Touring the Townships, 2010.

Inventory number: 2010.4

Adoption price : $500 / ADOPTED!