A pair of moose calves took a tour of north Bismarck Thursday afternoon (6/2), before making their way back out of town.

According to The Bismarck Tribune, the Bismarck Police Department first received a call regarding the wandering moose at around 7:28 a.m.

The duo was located near the playground at Liberty Elementary School, where they were herded and taken outside city limits.

Later in the day, the moose were back in town, this time hanging out near Pebble Creek Golf Course. Instead of trying to herd the moose again, officials with the Bismarck Police Department just let them be.

According to KFYR-TV, one of the moose was hit by a car, but simply got up and walked away. They posted video of the moose cruising through the streets of north Bismarck, which you can see above.

[The Bismarck Tribune I KFYR-TV]