Fairbanks, Alaska (KINY) - A Fairbanks woman faces a citation for negligent feeding game.
Alaska State Troopers said a Fairbanks woman faces legal consequences after shooting a moose that was eating from her haystack.
The woman was issued a summons Wednesday for taking a moose out of season and a citation for negligently feeding game,
Alaska Wildlife Troopers said garbage, food scraps, hay and other material attractive to wildlife must be secured by landowners.
The 38-year-old woman lives northeast of Fairbanks.
She self-reported that she fired at the moose with a .22-caliber rifle as it was eating hay. The moose died a short distance away.
A charity responded and butchered the moose.