CBC.ca reports that Canadian Rodney Buffett is a hunter who took plenty of experience into the woods on the south coast of New Foundland Saturday, where he shot a 14-point bull moose twice, which brought down the beast, all four legs up in the air, so Buffett figured it was safe to turn his back to put down his firearm.

Not so fast.

The moose rallied, leaving foot prints across Buffett's forehead, but no broken bones. He did get a helicopter ride to the hospital out of the ordeal. He was released on Monday - says this won't keep him out of the woods.