KIND OF MOOSE:
Alaska-Yukon
Canada
Shiras
A. GREATEST SPREAD
The greatest spread is measured between
perpendiculars in a straight line at a right angle
to the center line of the skull. See Figure A.
Greatest Spread:

B. NUMBER OF ABNORMAL POINTS
ON BOTH ANTLERS
Abnormal points are those projections
originating from normal points or from the upper or
lower palm surface, or rom the inner edge of the palm
(see illustrations). Abnormal points must be at least
one inch long, with the length exceeding the width
at one inch or more of length.
RIGHT ANTLER

LEFT ANTLER

Number of Abnormal Points:
Number of Abnormal Points:
C. NUMBER OF
NORMAL POINTS
Normal points originate from the outer
edge of the palm. To be counted a point, a projection
must be at least one inch long, with the length exceeding
the width at one inch or more of length. Be sure to
verify whether or not each projection qualifies as
a point.
RIGHT ANTLER

LEFT ANTLER

Number of Normal Points:
Number of Normal Points:
D. WIDTH OF PALM
The width of palm is taken in contact
with the under surface of the palm, at a right angle
to the inner edge of the palm. The line of measurement
should begin and end at the midpoint of the palm edge,
which gives credit for the desirable character of
palm thickness.
Width of Right Palm:
Width of Left Palm:
E. LENGTH OF PALM INCLUDING
BROW PALM
The length of the palm including the
brow palm is taken in contact with the surface along
the underside of the palm, parallel to the inner edge,
from dips between the points at the top to dips between
points (if present) at the bottom. If a bay is present,
measure across the open bay if the proper line of
measurement, parallel to the inner edge, follows this
path. The line of measurement should begin and end
at the midpoint of the palm edge.
Length of Right Palm:

Length of Left Palm:

F. CIRCUMFERENCE OF BEAM
AT SMALLEST PLACE
The circumference of the beam at the
smallest place is taken as illustrated in Figure B.
RIGHT ANTLER

LEFT ANTLER

Smallest Circumference:

Smallest Circumference: