By Logan Smith

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) — A 30-mile hike is nothing for a moose with a taste for city life.

Wildlife officials learned as much when they realized a young cow captured Friday in Manitou Springs was a repeat offender. She was trailered a week ago out of Colorado Springs.

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She crossed six lanes of highway traffic that day.

(credit: Colorado Parks & Wildlife/Twitter)

Colorado Park and Wildlife officers labeled her a “frequent flyer moose” and secured her transport back to the land of trees and waterfalls, a normally preferable landscape than interstate highways and city parks.

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At least for most moose.

We will know in a about a week whether this “frequent flyer moose” ignores her one-way ticket and makes a return trip to metropolis.

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Logan Smith