On the road, the moose sound can be heard even at night.
The moose are known for their loud, whistling sounds and the fact that they are one of the most visible sounds of the season.
For years, moose have been spotted in the West Bank in Israel.
In 2017, a moose herd in the Negev became the first herd of moose in the region to kill and eat a cow in 40 years.
In 2018, a herd of three moose killed two goats and a calf.
In the Neve Ya’akov region, the Israeli government and some Palestinian farmers are concerned that a new breed of moosies are breeding in their area.
A new breed is said to be more agile, faster, and with a smaller body size.
The moose sounds are so loud and distinct, the animals often turn to humans and try to steal food.
“They’re loud, they can’t be ignored,” said one Palestinian farmer who asked to be identified only by the nom de guerre “Mohammed.”
“They are not just there, they’re here and they’re not going anywhere.”
The farmer said he heard moose a few times last year, but only when he was on his way to work.
He said the sound has also become more common in the past few months as settlers began moving into the area.
Some Palestinians believe the noise could be a result of the arrival of settlers, but the Israeli Agriculture Ministry says that no one has been arrested for the noise, and no evidence has been uncovered.
Last year, the army also set up a task force to investigate noise complaints.
The Moosie Noise Investigation Task Force was formed last year to investigate complaints about noise made by settlers and to address the concerns of the public.
It is tasked with finding out what is causing the noise and what is being done to control it.
The task force has been in place since February.
A spokesman for the ministry said that the government will continue to work with the local residents and farmers, and will continue working on the problem.