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Moose
John Pizniur

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Moose
John Pizniur

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Moose, Alces alces
Michael Whyte
Came across the large cow moose at dusk while traveling in my vehicle near my home.
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Moose, Alces alces
Michael Whyte
While traveling in my vehicle near my home I struck it lucky and came across this large cow moose at dusk. She paid little attention to me as she was focused on grazing the field as it will soon be covered with snow.
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Moose
John Pizniur

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John Pizniur

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Adult Female Moose
Virginia MacDonald
WE just came home from a wonderful 4 days in Algonquin. We arrived in fall like weather that turned to rain and then snow! beautiful Snow! But we were lucky to see this momma moose with her baby before the snow fell.
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Young Female Moose
Virginia MacDonald
Went camping in the park for 4 days and were excited to see this young moose with her Mother feeding on twigs and leaves. They are so gentle! So Majestic!
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Female Moose
Virginia MacDonald
Queen of Algonquin! Proud, gentle, Majestic. She stands waiting for her baby to catch up.
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Moose
Bill Allen

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Moose
John Pizniur

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Moose
Emily Thoroski
This photo of a cow moose and its calf was taken in Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba in October of 2019. It was a wonderful experience seeing this massive magnificent animal in person.
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Alces alces
Brent Wilson
Silhouette of a bull moose
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Moose
Julie Hay
This moose took a minute away from eating to look at us watching him from a boat in Algonquin Park.
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Peintre sur panache d'orignal
Philippe h
La peintre Diane Meilleur réalise une peinture sur le panache d'un orignal trouvé dans la forêt à la fin de l'hiver. Une belle ambiance pour avoir de l'inspiration.
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the photographer and the moose
Philippe Henry
En octobre 2018, après la saison du rut et pendant le tournage de mon dernier film, nous avons suivi ce mâle orignal qui a fini par s'habituer à notre présence. Sur cette photo on voit la photographe Véronique Amiard qui se protège des rafales de neige pendant qu'elle photographie l'animal.
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Philippe Henry
Après avoir filmer ces deux mâles en combat pendant la période du rut, je les ai retrouvés paisiblement installés côte à côte en octobre, à la fin de la saison du rut. J'ai attendu une tempête de neige pour les photographier avec une ambiance particulière.
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Philippe Henry
Last fall 2018 the snow arrived earlier than usual in the Chic-Chocs mountains. I knew it was a place were the moose are often seen after the rut season and I decided to get there waiting for them to come. I followed the tracks of this big bull during a snow storm and I came close to him while he was resting and ruminating in the snow. I chose this photo because it shows this huge bull in a magical environment.
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p Henry
I was photographing this moose at sunrise but didn't expect to get the sun shinning through the branches. I had only a short time to take the photo when the rays of sun shinned like a colorfull star.
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Moose
Suzanne Paddock
It was a rainey day and this beautiful moose stopped by for a photo and for us to enjoy looking at him.
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Moose
Mike Tomilson
Catching her eye as I'm floating by. I wondered all over Alberta with a keen eye out for moose...who would have thought the only ones I've seen this year, this one and her calf, were in the city.
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Katie Wintersgill
A beautiful moose standing under a willow in winter as the sun begins to set.
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Moose
Julie Hay
We were in a boat in Algonquin Park when we came across this male moose. It was great to watch the water cascading from his antlers.
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Moose (Alces alces)
Christopher MacDonald
Out for swim - A bull moose after being spurned by a cow elk during the rut takes a swim in the cold lake to cool off.
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Moose
jean-simon bégin

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jean-simon Bégin

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jean-simon Bégin

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Moose
Jean-Simon Bégin

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jean-simon bégin

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jean-Simon Bégin

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Eastern Moose
Nathan Biederman
This moose was having a bite to eat along a fence in Garrison Petawawa. She was very calm and had no issues with me coming up to take some pictures. I was worried she was stuck on the wrong side of the fence but eventually she made her way back into the woods
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Moose
Amanda Searles
Saw this beauty while driving Hwy 60 in Algonquin Park, just had good timing to catch the attitude
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Moose
Amanda Searles
Driving through Algonquin spotted this female getting a drink from side of road, happen to catch the attitude.
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Moose
John Pizniur

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Moose
John Pizniur

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Moose
Bill Allen
Cow/Calf Moose
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linda mcbride
I was pretty excited to witness this beautiful moose doing one of his favourite thing eating vegetation.
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Moose
Jacquie Matechuk
After a heavy frost lay its cover, I ventured out to track down some frosty landscape shots but was pleasantly surprised when I spotted this fella peeking back at me through the brush.
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Jane LeBlanc
A young moose wanders into the school playground on Main Street, in St. Martins, N.B.
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Moose
Mark Little
mid way through a 30 day camping trip with the family - driving from Calgary to Alaska via the Yukon on the Alaska Highway. Came around the corner and managed to catch 2 Bull Moose eating in a small water pool.
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Moose
Michelle Furgiuele
My first time seeing a moose ever in my life driving through Algonquin Park
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Moose
Michelle Furgiuele
Driving through Algonquin on our way down east and saw this big boy eating several feet into the forest
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American moose / Alces americanus
Philippe Henry
Last fall 2018 the snow arrived earlier than usual in the highlands of the park. I knew it was a place were the moose are often seen after the rut season and I decided to get there looking for them. I followed the tracks of this big bull during a snow storm and I came close to him while he was resting and ruminating in the snow. I chose this photo because it shows this huge bull in a magical environment.
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American moose / Alces americanus
Philippe Henry
I was taking photos of the sunrise in Forillon national park and I have had a great surprise when this moose came and crossed the landscape in front of my camera. I could take the photo with the very first rays of sun that give the scene a very fairy aspect.
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Moose
Brian Richardson
My family and I were on our way home from our camp. I always have my camera with me because there is often a lot of beautiful wildlife in this area. As we were driving I noticed this beautiful cow moose having a drink and I had to stop to freeze that moment in time. She was beautiful and looked so satisfied having that drink of water you see in the photo.
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Moose (Alces alces)
Lauren Runge
I captured this young bull moose swimming across Pass Lake as I returned to my camping spot. He was almost at the beach in front of me when he spotted me, and promptly turned and started swimming back from where he came. I was able to observe him crossing the lake and climbing onto the shore on the other side. A very magical moment.
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Moose Calf
JoAnne King
Was on our way back from fishing. When we saw the moose going across the mouth of the Onaman River. We waited till he got across and slowly got closer to him and sat there and watched and took pictures while was putting his whole head under the water and bringing up lily pads etc...it was the most amazing thing to watch.
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moose
Jane LeBlanc
This cow moose was curious, and let me get very close to photograph her.
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Moose
Jane LeBlanc
A young moose blocks our driveway. Not easy to drive around, if he doesn't want to move!!
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
I knew this Bull was coming into the Lake around the same time every day down the same portage. I sat and he showed up.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
I knew this Bull was coming into the Lake around the same time every day down the same portage. I sat and he showed up.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
Caught from behind, while out for a paddle saw this bull moose.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
As this Bull walked by me I knew this was going to be a great Black&White Photo.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
Was lucky to see this Bull come down to the water and swim across to a shallow part of the bay. The bugs were insane.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
Saw this amazing animal while out for a paddle in backcountry during spring.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
Bull Moose feeding, saw him on one of my many paddles.
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Cow Moose and Calf
Ron Simpson
While out for a paddle I ran into these two walking along the shoreline.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
Bull Moose feeding, watch this guy for several days while in backcountry Algonquin Park.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
Bull Moose Spring 2019, paddling through backcountry I came across this amazing Bull heading out to feed on lily pads.
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Moose
Vera Csada
Saw a moose walking through the cattails after coming over the hill. Drove a little more, then got out to see where it went. It walked out across the road in front of me. I froze, and then the twins showed up, too.
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Moose
Vera Csada
Over the hill on Motherwell road we spotted a moose so we crept closer not knowing where it went. I got out and walked along the road and the moose came out and crossed. Then surprise... twins! I froze... and got some shots!
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Moose
Keith Stone
I came across these moose taking a drink near hi-way 631
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Moose
Cindy Walkem

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Cindy Walkem

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Moose
Michael Whyte
I was making my way along the trail hopingto capture some nice photos of the sunrise. To my delete, when I turned the corner I found not only a nice sunrise photo but a couple moose posing for the picture. :)
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Moose
Steve Bentley
Always watchful!
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Moose
Bill & Walkem

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Moose
Jane LeBlanc
A moose made quite a road block one day while we were driving in our driveway.
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Moose
Kate Pankowska
This photo was taken in October 2018 in Jasper, AB. This moose didn't care about my presence at all....it kept chewing its breakfast!
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Moose (Alces americanus)
Greg Shchepanek
Grazing in an open area next to the highway, a female Moose (Alces americanus) is more hungry than shy in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada. Algonquin Park celebrates 125 years.
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Moose
Kyla Black
Bull Moose Rut
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Moose
philip childs
Spotted this bull Moose at sunrise, slowly making his way through the Canola fields in Craik, Saskatchewan.
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Moose (Alces americanus)
Greg Shchepanek
Along side of highway 60 through Algonquin Provincial Park, a female Moose (Alces americanus) garners the attention of motorists as she calmly grazes the long grass next to the highway. Algonquin Park celebrates 125 years.
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Philippe DE-BRUYNE
Philippe DE-BRUYNE
Portrait de famille. Une très belle matinée de kayak sur un lac du parc de la Mauricie
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Philippe DE-BRUYNE
Philippe DE-BRUYNE
Une fabuleuse matinée en bonne compagnie, cette femelle orignal avec son petit de seulement 3 semaine qui nage d'île et île sur un lac de parc de la Mauricie !!
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Philippe DE-BRUYNE
Philippe DE-BRUYNE
J'ai tellement travailler fort pour rencontré un orignal proche de cher moi, j'ai passer des jours et des jours et enfin il était là dans un décore de rêve !!
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Moose
Chris St. Michael

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Chris St. Michael

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linda mcbride
I was driving to my cottage i noticed this moose enjoying the vegetation from the creek
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Teresa Precepa
This young male was eating shrubs along side Hwy. 17. I pulled over. I was actually trying to scare him away from the hwy. He was not concerned in the least. At one point I thought he was going to stick his head in the window of my truck.
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moose
Teresa Precepa
This young male was eating shrubs along side Hwy. 17. I pulled over. I was actually trying to scare him away from the hwy. He was not concerned in the least. At one point I thought he was going to stick his head in the window of my truck.
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Teresa Precepa
This young male was eating shrubs along side Hwy. 17. I pulled over. I was actually trying to scare him away from the hwy. He was not concerned in the least. At one point I thought he was going to stick his head in the window of my truck.
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Orignal
Julie Lebel
C'est par un beau matin de septembre alors que le jour n'était pas encore levée dans cette ambiance de feutre que j'ai rencontré ce magnifique original.
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Moose
Brittany Crossman
A couple young moose, NB.
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Richard Eckert
Bull moose display early season antlers along Hwy 37N, BC.
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Richard Eckert
Bull moose display early season antlers along Hwy 37N, BC.
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Richard Eckert
Bull moose display early season antlers along Hwy 37N, BC.
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Moose
Jenny Hagan
A once in a lifetime lineup. Taken on a trip home from the lake. Moose in canola with elevators at sunset!!
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Sharon Sawtell
Loved her tongue sticking out
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Orignal
Luc Farrell
Orignal, roi de la montagne
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
Taken on my annual spring backcountry trip into Algonquin Park. This magnificent Bull was walking straight for me after he had finished feeding in that area.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
I took this photo while on my annual Spring Backcountry trip into Algonquin Park. The silhouette of my favourite animal to photograph. Bull Moose.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
I have always hoped to photograph a Bull Moose with water running off it's antlers. On my Spring Backcountry trip I was fortunate to have that chance with this amazing animal.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
On my Backcountry Spring trip into Algonquin Park, I had the privilege to photograph these two Bull Moose feeding together in the same area.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
I spend every spring and Fall in the Backcountry of Algonquin Park doing what I love the most Wildlife Photography. This past June I had 5 Bull Moose and 2 Cows feeding in the same area for 6 days. It was amazing to see and photograph these magnificent animals, this one was photographed from my canoe while he fead on the young lily pads in the area.
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Moose
Marilyn Moore
A face only a mother could love.
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Moose
laura geeves
Moose on the run
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linda mcbride
That majestic beautiful animal was actually right in front yard.
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Moose
Cindy Walkem
Gorgeous Moose on a trail.
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Orignal.
Philippe Henry
En février 2018, je suis allé dans ce parc pour continuer le tournage de mon nouveau film sur la faune du Québec. Ma partenaire était en train de photographier des paysages quand ce jeune orignal est venu près d'elle. il est resté près d'une heure autour d'elle avant de regagner la forêt
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Orignal.
Philippe Henry
L'hiver dernier, je suis allé dans ce parc pour filmer et photographier les orignaux le long d'une rivière gelée. Chaque jour, ce jeune orignal venait au bord de la rivière gelée pour boire et se reposer. Je l'ai d'abord filmé à partir d'une cache et ensuite, comme il s'est habitué à ma présence, j'ai pu le photographier et le filmer sans cache. j'ai pu ainsi bouger pour choisir le meilleur angle de prise de vues.
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Orignal.
Philippe Henry
Cette année,de fortes pluies printanières ont provoqué des inondations sur les terres agricoles de la région. Les grands hérons ont été nombreux à venir se nourrir dans les eaux peu profondes qui bordaient les chemins de terre..J'ai pris cette photo d'un héron qui arrive sur le site tôt le matin. Je crois que cette photo montre bien la légèreté et la grâce de cet oiseau.
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Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
Cow moose grazing, Cape Breton, Canada.
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Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
Cow moose grazing on grass, Cape Breton, Canada.
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Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
A cow moose crosses the road coincidentally right next to the moose road sign.
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linda mcbride
The luck of the draw driving to my cottage this moose was enjoying the vegetation in the marsh.
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Cow/Calf Moose
Steve Jacobsen
Our farm dog gave up barking at this pair. They were back 3 mornings this spring, trimming our apple and cherry trees.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
I spend every spring and fall photographing in Algonquin Parks backcountry. This spring turned out to be the trip of a life time. I had 5 Bull Moose and 2 Cows feeding in the area from sun up to sun down for 7 days, Amazing time.
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Bull Moose
Ron Simpson
I spend every spring and fall photographing in Algonquin Parks backcountry. This spring turned out to be the trip of a life time. I had 5 Bull Moose and 2 Cows feeding in the area from sun up to sun down for 7 days, Amazing time.
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Moose
Gloria Pawliuk
Moose on backroad from Badlands
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Moose
Heather Lockwood-Hunt
Got this great shot on Mizzy Lake trail in Algonquin. We have a good zoom, but she didn't seem to really mind us. We took several, but this was the best
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Cow/Calf Moose
Steve Jacobsen
Cow and calf moose trimming fruit trees in our yard.
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Moose
John Pizniur

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moose- Alces alces
Samantha Stephens
I spotted this moose feeding by the side of the highway in Algonquin Provincial Park. Moose are a common sight in the park, especially in May and June when they are seeking a drink rich with road salt after the winter.
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Moose
Kayla Bendle
Was visiting/hiking on a snowy morning in Algonquin Park, Ontario and got to spend some time with two cows calmly walking and eating along and in a forest; mainly on dog wood and young spruce; snapped this photo of one of the cows with my Canon 100-400 lens.
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Moose
Andrew Lunt
Early one morning i caught a glimpse of something on the side of spill way pond. I was fortunate to spend 15 minutes with this cow moose watching her gracefully wander the banks of the lake for food.
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Moose
Erika Squires
My son and I went for a hike after the rain. No one else was around, and we came around a corner, and there was this beautiful Bull Moose resting. Everything was wet, so the colour just popped. We stood quietly on the path and just enjoyed the time with him. He wasn't bothered by our presence at all. We took some pictures, and then just took the scene in. After a while, he slowly got up and had some yummy leaves.
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Moose (Alces alces)
Trudy Pogue
There were three moose hanging around the area for a few weeks and on this day, I pulled over and spent about 20 minutes photographing them.
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Moose
Erika Squires
I had a wonderful encounter with a Bull Moose last fall. I didn't think the images would work out, as the sun was just coming up, and it was blowing out the image. I was content with just seeing this Bull, high up on a hill eating some leaves. It turned out to be a great silhouette, and I was very pleased to have this image to remember that time.
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Erika Squires
This was taken early one morning last year, just after the peak colour season. It was quiet in the park, and I spotted this Bull up on a little hill. I watched him make his way down, and captured this moment as he crossed the highway. I have seen many Moose, but it always amazes me how big they really are. This guy was huge! It reminds us what could be around the next corner!
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Moose
Erika Squires
I was hiking in the mist this past August, and out of the mist came this beautiful Bull Moose. He walked right across where I had been standing a minute before. What an amazing moment it was!
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Cynthia Walters
Cynthia Walters
While paddling Grace Lake we came across the moose and I was able to take a few photos of her.
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Moose (Alces alces)
Winter Mcdougall
We were driving down the highway on our way back from the L'Anse Aux Meadows World Heritage Site and spotted several moose along the way. This moose in particular looked straight at the vehicle then took off back into the woods.
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Moose
Shawna Chapman
Driving Highway 17 from Dryden to Thunder Bay we happened to see Mom and her baby just off to the side of the highway.
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Moose
Chris McQuarrie
I had to do a double-take when I saw what I thought looked like a moose standing in the water! Upon realizing it really was a moose, I cautiously climbed down a ridge and stood in the lake up to my hips photographing this beautiful 1 year old cow moose.
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Moose
Chris McQuarrie
I had to do a double-take when I saw what I thought looked like a moose standing in the water! Upon realizing it really was a moose, I cautiously climbed down a ridge and stood in the lake up to my hips photographing this beautiful 1 year old cow moose.
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Moose
Chris McQuarrie
Canadian wilderness at its best. In June 2017, I headed off on a solo kayaking journey into the backcountry waters of Algonquin in search of moose. I was very fortunate to encounter this beautiful bull, who fed on aquatic plants for hours at a time each day. I could even see him from the campsite I chose!
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Chris McQuarrie
Chris McQuarrie
"Pondering Moose" This was a personal favourite wildlife encounter for me - a true once in a lifetime experience. This tolerant moose allowed me to follow him into the woods, where he took a seat and rested. I too took a seat on the forest floor, and we "enjoyed" each other's company for about two hours. Being able to experience the presence of such a marvellous creature in solitude was like nothing I've ever experienced!
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Moose
Sherida Germain
We were on a tour of 3 lakes, Maligne Lake being one of them. It was during rutting season, a bull and a cow were hanging around the water. I took the opportunity to get a nice shot of the bull moose by the water!
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Alces alces - Canadian Moose
Adam Sprott
A mother moose and her newborn calf walk from the pond into the woods.
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Alces alces - Canadian Moose
Adam Sprott
A Canadian Moose takes a break from eating to shake the water out of her fur.
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ilmar Kents
We were canoeing up a creek when we suddenly came upon this mama moose and in the side of the creek was her calf. The look she gave us had the caption "why are you disturbing my lunch?"
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Female Moose
Alice Bespolko
Matilda why are they taking so many pictures of us?
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Moose
Lisa Yano
~Winter's Prelude~ I spotted this male and female moose grazing in a forest opening as the snow began to softly fall.
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Sharon Sawtell
I always carry my camera with me and spotted this fellow in the water. Loved how the reflection was so clear
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Orignal
Muriel Rolland
En quittant Moose jaw le matin tôt, nous avons vu sur les bords de l'autoroute, dans un champ de canola, un jeune orignal mâle ... à Moose Jaw... ça ne s'invente pas !
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Orignal
Muriel Rolland
En quittant Moose jaw le matin tôt, nous avons vu sur les bords de l'autoroute, dans un champ de canola, un jeune orignal mâle ... à Moose Jaw... ça ne s'invente pas !
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Moose
carol black
Buddies. Saw along the Highway 60 Corrider
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Moose
Lisa Yano
I came across this beautiful Bull Moose grazing in an open field in Kananaskis country. He gave me a brief "look" to acknowledge my presence, and then carried on grazing.
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Moose
Daniel Paveley

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Leslie Mehner
spotted this young moose in the foilage
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Tony Joyce
On a trip to the Rockies this spring my wife & I did a drive around Kananaskis when we spotted this bull moose foraging near the road. I had only seen a moose many years ago before I started photography so I was excited for this encounter. For the most part he was obstructed by branches as he fed so we enjoyed the moment and watched.
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Richard Eckert
A cow moose and calf communicate with each other on the Nisutlin River, YT.
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Moose
Tracy Johnston
Came upon cow and her calf at Maligne Lake, ducks and canoe arrived for the view too!
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Moose cow
Tracy Johnston
Wonderful surprise coming up this cow at Maligne Lake. Within moments the canoe and ducks arrived!
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Moose
Tracy Johnston
Enjoying a September morning in Jasper when we came upon a cow at Maligne Lake. Within moments the ducks arrived, a canoe began to pass and voila! A moment was captured that reflects a true representation of Canada!
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Tony Joyce
On a trip to The Rockies this spring I found this bull moose foraging when we drove down an old gravel road in Kananaskis. I had only seen a moose on a school trip in Algonquin as a kid so I was very excited to see one so close. I parked the car and we sat watching the moose who was not bothered by our presence. Tough to get photos with the branches but awesome to witness!
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Bull Moose
Russel Krasnuik
Driving from a day of crossing country skiing in Cypress hills when suddenly a bull moose appeared from the brush!
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Moose
Chris St. Michael
This past spring a cow moose and her calf were grazing in a bog not far off the trail I was on. As she was feeding, she lifted her head and looked at me long enough for me to capture this gaze back at me.
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Chris St. Michael
I has hiking down this trail when I happened upon this old moose feeding in a bog. This old warrior had a torn ear and was blind in his left eye. Years of battling for dominance and status in the herd has taken it's toll. When a bull moose gets old, it's antlers begin to reverse in size and paddle size also regresses.
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Chris St. Michael
I was hiking a trail when I discovered this old timer feeding in this bog. I spent an hour observing him going about feeding. I also observed that this old warrior had a torn ear and was blind in his left eye. Years of battling for dominance and status in the herd has taken it's toll. When a bull moose gets old, it's antlers begin to reverse in size and paddle size also regresses.
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Moose
Cathy Henderson
Driving through the Park on Highway 60 and we stopped to see why there was a lot of cars stopped.
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Moose
Jin Cao
Let's date
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Moose
Frithjof Pet

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Moose Alces alces
Wendy Nuttall
Rainy Day Moose in the fall brought out the autumn colours and texture and details of the moose cow.
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Orignal
Philippe DE-BRUYNE
Après des semaines de recherche la vrai récompense pour l'amoureux de la nature et le photographe
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Moose
Brendon Fidek
I was riding passenger in a tractor doing field work when all of a sudden we came across a moose. I didn't think much of it because we see moose all the time. As we got closer, we seen that the moose was accompanied by twin calves, I had never seen them that young. I had my camera with me, so we stopped the tractor and I snapped a few photos.
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Moose
Brendon Fidek
I was riding passenger in a tractor doing field work when all of a sudden we came across a moose. I didn't think much of it because we see moose all the time. As we got closer, we seen that the moose was accompanied by twin calves, I had never seen them that young. I had my camera with me, so we stopped the tractor and I snapped a few photos.
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Moose
David Kyryluk

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Moose
Lise Levesque
when you live in Northern BC, wildlifw coming into town is a regular occurrence.
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Marten
Rachelle Roberto
Fortunate to have an abundance of wildlife come through our yard. This Momma and her twins stopped by for a visit. It was interesting to watch how brother and sister interacted with each other, friendly yet very much about their own space.
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Belinda Bertrand
My boyfriend and I were out looking for moose since he had never seen one before. We were lucky to come across this beautiful one eating in a swampy area.
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Moose
John Pizniur

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Moose (Alces alces)
Michael Brown
This cow and calf was found feeding on aquatic vegetation in an Algonquin Park wetland.
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Moose (Alces Alces)
Stuart Clark
"Spring Velvet" | Algonquin Park | Ontario | Canada | Taken late spring, the regrowth of the antlers was well underway. The velvet covering over the antlers is actually full of blood vessels feeding the antlers which is actually bone growth. Canon 1DX, EF 600mm F4, ISO 640, 1/1250 Sec, F7.1, Manual Exposure www.facebook.com/questforwildlife
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Moose/ Alces Alces
Heather Lockwood-Hunt
It appears these two finally found the proper place to cross the road
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Moose (Alces Alces)
Stuart Clark
"Take-out Salad" | Bull Moose | Algonquin Park | Ontario | Canada This was taken early spring during a 3 day canoe trip into the back country of the park. I would love to see those antlers now! Canon 1DX, EF 600mm F4, ISO 640, 1/1250 Sec, F7.1, Manual Exposure www.facebook.com/questforwildlife
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Moose
Shane Peter
I found this bull moose swimming in a small lake along the highway in Algonquin Park
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Moose
Andrew Lunt
Cow moose with two young calfs in kananaskis. i never miss an opportunity to capture these beautiful animals
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Bull Moose
nicki williams-tays
Into the Mist Bull moose walking along a trail in the thick heavy mist on an early fall morning
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Bull Moose
nicki wiiliams-tays
spent early hours of the morning watching this Bull Moose. Eventually he wandered into the marsh where here he is bobbing for plants under the water
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Moose
Erika Squires
This is a bittersweet image for me. This is an image of a yearling Moose taken in Algonquin Park. She was so beautiful. I found out an hour after I took this photo, she got stuck in the mud and couldn't get out. She was young and not very strong. The Park staff tried to help, but she did not survive the ordeal. It is a hard life for a young moose.
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Moose
Erika Squires
I took this photo on a rainy fall morning out with my son in Algonquin Park. We had seen a Bull Moose the day before, so we were hiking around the area. We came across him resting in the fall foliage. It was a wonderful experience, and we were totally on our own, so he was very relaxed.
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Moose
Pauline Donaldson
We were walking the Skyline Trail on a rainy day, being wary of meeting moose and not wanting to disturb them. This moose we saw twice as it was still there on the way back on the trail, sitting quietly amidst the ferns, munching on something. A small group had gathered to photograph but we quickly snapped this and moved on.
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Moose
Justin Hoffman
I was fortunate to visit Nova Scotia in the fall of 2016. While hiking the Skyline Trail early one morning, I crossed paths with this impressive bull moose, posing perfectly, against the backdrop of the Cabot Trail. It is the largest bull I have photographed to date.
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Bull Moose
Andrew Lunt
A beautiful frosty morning spent with this Bull Moose. Such an amazing animal to watch as the early morning sun hit its fur making the frost glisten
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Moose
Drew Desharnais
A cow moose crossing the 201 Forestry road on the Carmi Highlands above Penticton BC Canada.
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Moose
Mabel Lazecki
While out driving to look for wildlife to photograph. I came across a bull, cow and calf moose. Its always been a dream of mine to see them swimming and this was my lucky day.
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Moose
Mabel Lazecki
While out driving looking for moose, deer or other wildlife, mostly moose as the rut season has started. I was lucky enough to come across this bull, cow and calf. They were beside a creek. And I guess when they noticed me parked on the road beside them they decided it was best to move on. It has always been a dream of mine to see this mighty animal swimming. This was my lucky day. I wish the photos were clearer, but they move as fast in the water as they do on land. Maybe next time!
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moose calves
Wendy Erlendson
These 2 baby twin calf moose were a hit with photographers this summer in Riding Mountain National Park, MB. If you were lucky, you could see them feeding with their mother.
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Moose/ Alces Alces
Heather Lockwood-Hunt
This is one of those rare shots, where it actually appears they are crossing where they are supposed to.
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Julie Deroche
Julie Deroche
Photo taken from my canoe of a bull moose while he was walking along the shore of a small remote lake in the spring time.
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Moose- Alces alces
Shaun Cassan
Watching a mom and her calves walking towards you as you wait at a lookout is one of the most surreal thing that I have ever experienced.
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Richard Eckert
This cow and calf were very calm as I drifted towards them in my canoe.
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Richard Eckert
This cow and calf were very calm as I drifted towards them in my canoe.
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Moose
Kami Ritz
Mom and baby on an autumn morning.
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Moose
Kami Ritz
Moose out on an early autumn morning, it was an amazing sight.
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Moose
Richard Eckert
This young bull moose could not resist altering his river crossing to check me out. He was a mixture of aggressive, curious and wary.
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Moose
Richard Eckert
This young bull moose could not resist altering his river crossing to check me out. He was a mixture of aggressive, curious and wary.
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Grizzly Bear
Brian Skakun
A young Grizzly keeping a close watch on a dead Cow Moose
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Moose
Grace Donald
"You talkin' to me?" Early morning looking for moose during the fall rut
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Moose
Chad Larsen

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Chad Larsen

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Moose
Andrea Larsen

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Bull Moose
Andrew Lunt
A chilly morning we spotted this bull moose in a beautiful field of frosted willows.
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Moose
Andrea Larsen

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Moose
Andrea Halwas

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Andrea Larsen

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White Moose
Russell Miller
I have the distinct pleasure of living surrounded by one of the most rare animals on earth. A small population of white moose in northern ontario.
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Thirsty Moose
Diane Litster
Moose was Drinking not far from where i was standing. Was not scared of All the People standing around watching him drink.
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Moose
Karen Braun
Stopped on the side of the road to stretch our legs en route to the Yukon and spotted this bull moose enjoying a refreshing drink in the middle of a hot August day.
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Moose
Amanda Bayard

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huguette coupal
The moose was on the side of the highway. We were on our way to the cottage. They say that it is good luck to see a white moose but to photograph one is pure magic.
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Moose
Brittany Crossman
While out kayaking in Bennett Lake, I came across this moose eating water shield. This was probably on of my favorite moments at the lake.
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Moose
Terry Meek
Never leave your toys out .
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Brenda Gooder
Brenda Gooder
While out for a drive on the old Kettle Valley Railway trail we came up on this moose walking down the road.
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Moose
Mark Fullerton
Early Spring is a great time to visit Algonquin Provincial Park, despite the swarms of black flies. Rising early in the morning increases the chases of seeing spectacular sunrises and moose. In the Spring the moose come down to the road to drink the salty water in the ditches. During the Winter their diet is salt deficient.
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nicki tays
taken late spring young bull moose shedding his winter coat thirsty for a drink along the highway ditches
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Stuart Clark
Stuart Clark
We recently spent 3 nights in the back country of Algonquin Park. During this time, we saw a total of 12 moose including 4 calves and 3 bulls. This mom was taking the children to a safer place as a bear was frequenting the area.
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Moose "Alces"
Stuart Clark
From a recent paddle in the interior of Algonquin Park.
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huguette coupal
On our way to the cottage. Mother and little ones drinking in a puddle along the highway.
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Moose
Martin Prentice
Someone Following Me; while in Algonquin Park a few weeks ago, I stumbled upon a group of fellow photographers to take advantage of this lovely cow moose eating and drinking.
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Sherri L Simms
Sherri Simms
Our last night at the cottage and finally saw a moose! Have been looking for years. Great night.
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Moose Calf
Colleen Gara
I was lucky to see and photograph this little female Moose Calf and her mother. She was quite independent and would wander off on her own to explore but would then quickly run back to her mother if she lost sight of her.
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Canis lupus
Mathieu Dumond
One member of the pack is enjoying a meal from the moose they killed a few days ago. Taken with motion sensor and Canon 7D south of Kugluktuk, Nunavut in early May.
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Moose
Jean Orton
Misty morning in September with moose backlit.
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Moose
Jean Orton
Beautiful morning in later September I spotted this moose off in the distance. I stopped to get a picture and it just kept coming closer and closer and walk right by without giving me a second thought!
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Alces alces
Stuart Clark
Photos of moose along Highway 60 through Algonquin Park are common. To get some of the best shots, one needs to paddle into the lakes and back country to get some spectacular shots like these outdoors enthusiasts decided to do.
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MOOSE
Christine Andrew
WHILE PADDLING ON A LAKE IN ALGONQUIN PARK THIS PAST JUNE, WE HEARD THE DESPERATE CRIES OF A CALF COMING FROM THE WOODS. ALL OF A SUDDEN A COW CAME CRASHING OUT OF THE TREES AND INTO THE LAKE DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF OUR CANOE AND SWAM TO HER YOUNG
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Moose
Danny Swainson
It was the first day of fall and nearing dark as we made our way along the Dempster highway from Inuvik NWT to Dawson City. As we rounded the bend we saw this young bull just standing in the middle of the river taking in the views.
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Moose
Chad Larsen

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Moose
Andrea Halwas-Larsen

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Moose
Andrea Halwas-Larsen

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Moose
Jan Wolecki
Baby Moose in the water
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Moose
Nathaniel Pye
This Photo is of a big bull moose after he got up, after this picture I was able to watch the moose for about 5 minutes as he had a snack.
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Moose
Linda Patchett
While visiting my son in Marathon, we came across 3 moose while driving to Thunder Bay for the birth of my first grandson.
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Moose
Richard Eckert
This female moose is unhappy with my presence in her habitat, a side channel of the Skeena River, BC.
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Moose
Richard Eckert
This female moose is attracting a lot of mosquitos and not happy that I am on her turf, a side channel of the Skeena River, BC.
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Moose
Richard Eckert
This female moose is attracting a lot of mosquitos and ferrying a side channel of the Skeena River in order to get a closer look at me.
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Moose
Jim Cumming
On a recent trip to Algonquin Park, Canada I was lucky enough to watch and photograph this moose.
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Moose
Jim Cumming
On a recent trip to Algonquin Park, Canada I was lucky enough to watch and photograph this moose
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Moose
Jim Cumming
On a recent trip to Algonquin Park, Canada I was lucky enough to watch and photograph this bull moose
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corrinne devos
moose crossed in front of my vechle love driving through the park
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Moose
Rick Tallas
Young bull Moose in Rut
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Moose
Sheri Cawston
While hiking came across this beauty
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Moose
Mabel Lazecki
Was out walking and was surprised to see I wasn't alone in the bush.
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Moose
Wendy Erlendson
This big, beautiful moose crossed our path in Riding Mountain National Park.
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Moose
John Pizniur

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Moose
Shirley Donald
This solitary moose was ambling roadside in June
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Moose
Shirley Donald
This solitary moose was ambling roadside in June
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Moose
Sue Kelland-Dyer
Sitting on my deck just after sunset. This moose strolled by and then into the pond. The light and shadow made for an unaided photo of his splendor.
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Moose
Ginette B. Denis
Just driving out of Jasper and 2 moose was on the side of the lake, close enough to get a good picture and one walk toward me sitting in the car.
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Moose
Jocelyn Galipeau
Moose female feeding on lakeside.
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Wesley Pitts
A snowy moose along the Skyline Trail in Cape Breton Highlands National Park.
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young moose on a frosty morning
mike kelly
young moose on a frosty morning
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moose
Sharon Walker
We came upon this moose while out fishing. The light was only the light that you find in the Yukon and the moose too!
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Moose/ Alces alces
Mickey Watkins

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Moose/ Alces alces
Mickey Watkins

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moose
Jim Cumming
while on a boating tour we were lucky to come across this bull moose in one of the many marshes of Opeongo lake
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Jim Cumming
Caught this bull moose swimming across the lake followed by a million black flies
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Moose
Jim Cumming
Out boating and caught this young bull moose by the water of Opeongo lake
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Tina McAuley
While paddling in early June, we came across this moose that was neck deep feeding on vegetation
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Moose
Anne Doerksen
This is a photo of a moose that I came across as I was driving down a rural road in the vicinity of the town of Love SK. It ran across the road and stopped and stared back at me as I got out of my vehicle. It never moved so I managed to get a fairly good shot of it.
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moose
Kathy Nicklen
I stumbled on this moose unexpectedly while out looking for winter landscapes to photograph. I've rarely seen moose so I was very happy when i spotted this one.
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moose
Kathy Nicklen
I stumbled upon this moose one day when i was out looking for nice winter landscape photos. I'd rarely seen moose so I was quite excited to see this one against a nice white forest background.
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Moose
Kathy Dill
Spotted the moose while travelling on a lake and she let us get quite close in our boat.
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Moose
Cathy simard
This beautiful buck Moose was listening intently to what was in the woods.
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Cow Moose
Rick Tallas
I think I will play the Blues today at Riverbend Golf Course
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Moose
Anne Lawrence
While driving along Hwy 60 in Algonquin Park, we spotted several cars pulled over to the side of the road taking photos of this young Moose wandering through the brush.
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Moose
Anne Lawrence
While driving along Hwy 60 in Algonquin Park, we spotted several cars pulled over to the side of the road taking photos of this young Moose wandering through the brush.
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Moose
Anne Lawrence
While driving along Hwy 60 in Algonquin Park, we spotted several cars pulled over to the side of the road taking photos of this young Moose wandering through the brush.
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Moose
Anne Lawrence
While driving along Hwy 60 in Algonquin Park, we spotted several cars pulled over to the side of the road taking photos of this young Moose.
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Moose
Anne Lawrence
While driving along Hwy 60 in Algonquin Park, we spotted a number of cars pulled over to the side of the road taking photos of this young Moose.
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Moose
Anne Lawrence
While driving the back roads around Burks Falls, we spotted a Moose wandering through a marshy area and stopped to capture this photo.
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Moose
Nancy Young

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Nancy Young

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Moose
Trudy Almon
Love this picture! It was taken in the fall of 2007 (October). Momma and baby visited every apple tree in the yard nibbling and then noticed us in the windows. I love how they are in exact step with each other as they head up into our back yard!
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Moose
Debbie Korn
We wanted to have a look at the young moose eating and paddled up the lake. He seemed unconcerned with us.
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Moose
Debi Graham
Moose enjoying a drink by the roadside in early May
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Moose (Alces alces)
Christopher MacDonald
Spring Moose - A bull moose in the spring standing along one of the side roads of Algonquin
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Harp Seal
Ashley Palmer
Late in the summer, seals sometimes make there way down the Moose River from James Bay, and on some occasions will rest themselves on the local shores and docs or wave at people in boats on the water.
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Moose
Andrew Trask
A young bull moose feeds in the reeds at Algonquin Provincial Park.
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Moose
Andrew Trask
This majestic creature looked up at my friends and I as we started making to much noise arguing about how close to get. During one of our backcountry camping trips in Algonquin.
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Jane LeBlanc
A wonderful surprise standing on our driveway one Saturday morning.
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Moose
Megan Lorenz

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Female Moose
brandon noronha
We were camping and it was morning. I was preparing breakfast while others were packing to leave. My friend hears splashing in the water, thinking it was other canoes. Then all I hear was "MOOSE". I ran to grab my camera and caught it just as it was running away.
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Moose (Alces alces)
Tania Simpson
I went for a stroll through the park with my camera when I came across a park ranger. He informed me that this young bull moose swam across the lake that morning and was hanging out in the campsite.
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Alces alces (Moose)
Stuart Clark
I was out on a 2 night camping trip/moose photography workshop on Craig Lake in the back country of Algonquin. We were out for a paddle when the other canoe party with us passed behind the moose. The look on the moose is classic and fits the common nickname "Swamp Donkey" perfectly!
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Bull Moose
Rebecca Huskinson
Resident Bull Moose visits Canisbay Campground Gate in Algonquin Provincial Park
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Moose - Alces alces
Wesley Pitts

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Moose - Alces alces
Wesley Pitts

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Moose
John Hardman
Driving back from T Bay and took the picture while traveling at 90 kmph. He was just standing there watching.
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Moose
Lyle Dunlop

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Moose
Ashley Scar
Travelling home to Sudbury from Thunder Bay, I spotted this beautiful cow on the side of the Trans Canada Highway. It's shedding it's winter coat and I just had to capture the moment.
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Moose
Phil Walker
A moose on a spring evening
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Moose
Melanie Bidzinski
A Manitoba Moose was having fun eating and drinking from a puddle of water when this picture was taken.
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Moose
Amanda Neilson
I took this photo from my driveway in Pierceland, SK. This mama and calf were very calm and weren't concerned that I was there at all :).
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Anita Cowan
I was out for a walk and spotted this girl in the trees, if you look closely you can see the whites of her eyes
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Moose
Amber Gordon
A Moose walking through a field in the early morning hours.
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Moose
Mickey Watkins

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Shelley Ball
I was driving along Highway 60 in Algonquin Park early one morning and was struck by the feeling of serenity in this scene of a marsh. I fully expected a moose to wander out from amongst the cattails.
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paul gallant
was hunting birds when I came across this nice moose
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Moose
Sean Tilden

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Moose
Linda Danyluk
We were on a day-trip to Waterton and just driving around town looking at the sights when we spotted a moose wandering through the yards of the houses on the edge of town. We drove some back alleys until we found a good spot and waited until she came our way, and I finally got a good photo as she made her way into a forested area near the alley.
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Moose
Terri Shaddick
Moose smiling for the camera in Banff National Park. He was all smiles despite only having one antler.
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Moose ..Alces Alces
Mickey Watkins
Moose head study
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Mickey Watkins
Moose head study
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Mickey Watkins
Moose head study
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Moose
Jim Cumming
One of the few bull moose found on my trip to Algonquin Park
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Moose
Jim Cumming
Driving down a long dirt road and coming around the bend we saw her in the water close to the road. She did not mind being photographed.
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chris gale
2012 that went thru the ice at muncho lake .So we grab all the rope we had and with help from travellers on the Alaska Highway we were able to get the Moose out
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MOOSE
MABEL LAZECKI
After taking a few pictures of this bull moose he ran off into the trees. But he did give me a few good photos. Especially with the frosty trees.
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MOOSE
MABEL LAZECKI
One frosty morning I was out looking for wildlife and came across a big bull moose. He stopped briefly and then ran off.
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MOOSE
MABEL LAZECKI
While I was out driving looking for wildlife to photograph I came across this big bull moose. He stopped briefly to look at me then ran off.
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Moose
Sharon Walker
In early July we came upon this moose grazing in a bay off of Wolf Lake. The light cooperated as did the moose allowing me to capture this shot.
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Moose
Nikki Fletcher

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Moose
Mabel Lazecki
This bull moose was laying in the snow. It was very cold that morning. I took quite a few pictures, then he was off and running.
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Moose
Mabel Lazecki
On a very cold morning I came across this big bull laying down in the snow. So I took as many pictures as I could.
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Moose
Mabel Lazecki
After taking many pictures on a very cold morning this bull moose took off into the forest.
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Mabel Lazecki
On a very cold morning I came across this big bull moose laying in the snow. Snapped some pictures for quite a while and then he was gone
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Moose
Mabel Lazecki
I came across these 2 bull moose while out for a drive. The bigger one was licking salt off the highway but I never got any pictures because there was another car behind me. When the other car passed I pulled off the road and took this plus many other pictures.
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Moose
Mabel Lazecki
One cold morning I was out for a drive, and came across this bull moose laying down in the snow. He got up and I managed to grab a few shots.
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Bull Moose
Ann Brost
Last picture before he steps into the woods.
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Bull Moose
Ann Brost
Caught some photos of this guy crossing a meadow on our ranch.
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Moose
Sharon Walker
This moose was busy feeding and didn't see us as we tried to manoeuvre our fishing boat into the perfect light and view.
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Colleen Gara

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Bull Moose
Ann Brost
My 3yr old son spotted this guy while we were out checking cows.
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Moose
Shelley Peachell

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Moose
megan webb
A picture of a Moose's head. while he is grazing
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Moose
Chris Patrick
Waking poor Lucy by the side of the road!
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Moose
Todd Johnston
I have a fascination with moose I find them majestic and strong creatures. They are adventures and seem to be quite smart. For me it makes taking their picture far more worth the effort.
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Alyson Coughlan
fishing on the lake and happened to see this moose swimming
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Moose
Megan Lorenz
Bull Moose in Algonquin Provincial Park in Spring
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Megan Lorenz
Cow Moose in Algonquin Provincial Park.
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Megan Lorenz
Bull Moose with scars likely from the last rut season.
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Moose
Megan Lorenz
Bull Moose with scars likely from fighting with another male during the last rut season.
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Moose (Alces Alces)
Kristi McLellan
It was an extremely windy day, which made for a stressful paddle. We came out of a creek into this small sheltered bay, and there was a huge cow moose grazing along the shore. We could actually relax and enjoy the sight of her for a few moments out of the wind.
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Momma Moose and her Babies
Gwen Nesvold
was out quading and seen this momma moose and her 2 babies
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cow moose
shari skalicky
I borrowed my dads snow shoes and went out snow shoeing for the first time, and boy was it hard but so worth it! As i found this cow moose eating some willow branches. She looked very healthy for living in our northern winters!
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Moose
Chad Larsen
During an early morning snow storm and hours of not seeing any critters, the snow stopped, we found this guy hanging out in the snow covered bushes.
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Moose - Cow and Calf
Janet Longhurst
Getting in a marsh munch before winter arrives.
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Moose
Randy McLean

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Moose
Sean Porter

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Sean Porter

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Moose
Sharon Walker
My husband and I were touring Wolf Lake when we came upon this moose grazing. We were lucky to get a few shots off of this beautiful animal.
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Cow moose
Ryan Adams
Canoeing down a creek and this cow was out eating and drinking and avoiding bugs in the water. Able to quietly float by and was fortunate to have an amazing encounter.
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Cow and calf moose
Ryan Adams
Taken while canoeing the interior of Algonquin Provincial Park. The calf waited in the bush for a long time while momma was in the water before coming out. We just drifted nice and silent in the canoe and were rewarded with an amazing experience.
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Moose Cow
Julie DeRoche
I was in my canoe when this cow moose came to the shore and swam across to a large island. She was followed by a sworm of insects.
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Moose
William Murdock
I saw this mother moose with its newborn calf standing in the Skagit River. It was standing in the same spot one day later. The newborn calf had difficulty walking in the fast flowing river.
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Moose
William Murdock
This newborn moose and mother were standing in the Skagit River. It was newborn because it could stand but barely walk, especially in the fast flowing water.
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Moose
Greg Myshrall
I was travelling to Thunder Bay when I passed this cow and her two calves on the side of the Trans-Canada highway. I turned the vehicle around to see if I could get a photo, and although they quickly moved into the forest edge, they they were comfortable enough with their cover to take a moment to look back before disappearing into the wilderness.
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Moose
Kaiwei Chen
Got a rare close look at a moose grazing in the morning
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Mink
Frank Scheme
Driving to Toronto along highway # 7 two weeks ago, we came upon a young bull moose lying in the field and it reminded us of Ferdinand the Bull!
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Ulces Ulces
Matthew Perkins
We woke one morning and decided that we were going to find a moose. So we took a drive down a logging road and about 3 hours into the drive we spotted one about 200m away in this field. We watched for sometime but it spotted us and sauntered off into the bush. We drove around the bend and noticed this little pull-over. We waited there for about 20 minutes and all of a sudden we heard this rustling in the bushes. All of a sudden he was 8 m away. Quite the experience.
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paul gallant
was hunting birds when i happen to meet this nice specimen
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Moose
Cathy Morrison
Halfway between Barrhead and Westlock AB this young moose was taking his time to get to the hiway and got close enough for me to get this close up of him.
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Moose
Cathy Morrison
Young moose taking his time to get from the tree line to the hiway.
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Moose
cathy Morrison
This was taken at about the halfway point between Barrhead and Westlock AB and the he seems to be smiling for the camera.
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Moose
Jonathan Anstey
On a recent outing during the fall rut this curious moose was a little too curious, called him in within 10 yds and couldn't get him to leave so I decided to take the opportunity to take a few photos.
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Bull Moose
Katie Ohlke
Walking down the Mizzy Lake Trail, I first mistook this fellow for very dark and very odd driftwood. Rounding the trail, I came face to face with this handsome bull moose who was cooling off in the long marsh grass.
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Moose
Mabel Lazecki
Bull Moose
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Mabel Lazecki
Bull Moose
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Mabel Lazecki
Bull moose after sparring with younger moose
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Moose
Mabel Lazecki
Bull moose walking slowly across the field here. Looked as though he was just fighting with another bull as I seen a smaller bull run across the highway half a mile away. He was limping.
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canada moose
chris gale
we were heading up the highway going o a river boat trip when i spotted this head sticking out of the frozen lake we were driving by as i got closer i can see its a canadian moose so we pulled over and grabbed ropes and chainsaws from out of the back of the trucks we ran up to the lake shore and tied a rope around one of friends and he walk out with a lasso and roped the moose i took this shot with my nikon d7000 and a 24/70 lens
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Jacques Binette
Jacques Binette
Photo prise lors d'une randonnée dans le Parc de la Gaspésie au Québec.
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Moose
Ashton Currie
This bull moose was just walking through and grazing in the chick pea field at sunset which allowed me to take the photos I wanted.
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Moose
Sharon Walker
My husband and I happened this bull moose in June 2012 at Wolf Lake, Yukon. We were rewarded as he stepped into the light and was close enough for a full frame shot.
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moose in the great outdoors
ann clow
it came out of the woods
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Moose
laurenz baars
Moose in a winter wonderland Christmas morning. Who could ask for a better gift!
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cow moose
shari skalicky
was heading out fishing and spotted this cow moose in the swamp, this is when i realized this spot is a prime area to view and photograph moose.
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bull moose
shari skalicky
I visit this swamp regularily on the search for wildlife and i came across this young bull eating. I sat and watched this young bull for close to an hour, was about 15 feet away from me. They are amazing creatures.
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Jacalyn Ellis
OH My!!! this is my first sight of a moose, simple amazing. They look like a hodgepodge of different animals
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moose
larry sage
bull moose in algonquin park
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Bull Moose
james friesen
Bull moose in spring.
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Moose
Daniel Dagenais
twin moose
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Moose
Mike Pizniur
I was walking in Bower Ponds with my Dad and all of a sudden I noticed a moose in the water. I just had to get a closer look for a good shot.
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John Pizniur

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John Pizniur

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Moose
Mabel Lazecki
Moose cow and two calves were out grazing and decided to take off across the road in front of me. So I snapped a couple photos.
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Moose
Connie Singer
Grand Entrance This very new moose calf made his grand entrance on our lawn one summer afternoon.
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Moose
Natasha Wagar
This gorgeous moose has been wandering in our yard for most of the winter. My dad was calling her as I grabbed my camera. I got a perfect shot of her
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Moose
Sean Porter

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Bull moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Bull moose, cow and calf family, rutting season
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Bull moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Bull moose, rutting season, full rack of antlers
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Bull moose
Julia McILVRIDE
bull moose, rutting season Oct
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Bull moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Bull moose in the rutting season with a full rack of antlers
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Moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Newborn calf of several months in late April; Algonquin Park
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Moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose with young calf, early spring in Algonquin Park
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Moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose and young calf in early spring,Algonquin Park
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Moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Male bull moose in late April with new antler growth
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Julia McILVRIDE
Male bull moose in early spring with antler stems starting; Algonquin Park
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Julia McILVRIDE
Male bull moose in late April with early antler growth; Algonquin Park
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Moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Male bull moose in late April with antler stems coming in; Algonquin Park
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Moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Male bull moose in early spring with new antlers coming in; Algonquin Park
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Moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Male bull moose in early spring with new antler stems, Algonquin
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Julia McILVRIDE
Male bull moose in late April in Algonquin- antlers just starting to show
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Moose
Susan Drury
Saw this cow moose and her yearling while I was on a drive in the early spring one evening.
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cow moose
Annette Hill

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Female cow moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose reflections in the early morning mist, June in Algonquin Park
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Female cow moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose,early June morning,Algonquin Park
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Female cow moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose reflections, early June morning mist, Algonquin Park
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Female cow moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose ambling along in the early morning mist, June in Algonquin Park
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Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose wanting to play? early misty June morning in Algonquin
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Female cow moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose reflecting nature in the early morning in June, Algonquin Park
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Female cow moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose enjoying a feed, early morning in June, Algonquin Park
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Female cow moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose reflections in the early morning mist,June in Algonquin Park
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Female cow moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose reflections in the early morning mist,Jun in Algonquin Park
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Female cow moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose in June, early misty sunrise, Algonquin Park
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Female cow moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose taking a stroll at the early sunrise- another photographer too close for comfort as she heads within inches of him into the woods, Algonquin Park, in June
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Female cow moose
Julia McILVRIDE
Female cow moose totally relaxed and unbothered by quiet humans in our canoe severeal feet away in early June in Algonquin Park
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Moose
Darren Booker
On my way to the family farm I was capture this young bull moose with new antler buds.
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Cow Moose (Alces alces)
Derald Lobay
While driving back home following a early sunrise shoot at Elk Island National Park, I came across this lone cow moose traveling parallel to the main park road. Backing up my vehicle and opting to grab a telephoto zoom lens instead of of a long telephoto (to include more of the environment) and secured it to my tripod, this as the first and only image I captured as the moose quickly disappeared into the willows.
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Moose/alces alces
mickey watkins
Flat land Moose friendly power play between two bull Moose, just before the rut.
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Cow / calf moose
Richard Eckert
In the middle of a rainy day on the Nisutlin River. My wife, Heather and I stopped to watch a cow and calf moose. We thought that they had retreated into the forest when they reappeared and calmly crossed the river right in the path that our drift was taking our canoe. So, we just continued to let our boat drift and enjoyed the crossing scenario. (2nd pic. submitted from this event)
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Moose
Richard Eckert
In the middle of a rainy day on the Nisutlin River. My wife, Heather and I stopped to watch a cow and calf moose. We thought that they had retreated into the forest when they reappeared and calmly crossed the river right in the path that our drift was taking our canoe. So, we just continued to let our boat drift and enjoyed the crossing scenario.
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corrie sjollema
whenever I spot some moose, a big smile, beautiful, impressive animals, and always a great photo-opportunity
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Alces alces
Amy James
When I arrived at work at 0730 on 30 May this moose was lounging on the front lawn. I always keep my camera in my van "just in case", and this was a perfect example of just that! I managed to get closer to the moose - carefully as I didn't want to stress it out more than I felt it probably was, by keeping a parked car between me and it. I was thrilled to see this animal, but at the same time saddened that it found itself in the city.
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Female Moose
Claudette Mancini
We were driving from Cornerbrook to catch the ferry to Nova Scotia when up ahead there were several cars stopped by the side of the highway. They were all taking photos of Mrs. Moose who was grazing by the side of the road. It was a great Kodak moment.
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Barry Tuddenham

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Jeanie Flanagan

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Moose
Trisa Boonk
My family and I were on our weekend leisurely driving trips and as we were coming home. We saw this moose eating by the side of the dirt road. I took several photos, close up as well as full)
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Moose
Tania Simpson
While on a road trip, we spotted this moose on the side of the highway munching on vegetation.
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Moose
Chris Patrick
Wake Up Miss Lucy! Lucy the moose was sleeping next to the road. We awoke her and the rest is in the picture!
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Bull Moose
Jai Longhurst
Spring moose out looking for salty water in Algonquin Park
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Moose
Terri Shaddick
Brotherly Love
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Moose
Richard McKenzie
Early morning in Algonquin Park is the time to see everything.
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Moose
Kathy Dyck
"Follow Me" Passing over a bridge I spotted this mother and calf entering the frigid water without any hesitation. They swam through the canal, came out the other side and shook off. I hopped back into the heated car, thankful for the warmth.
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Moose
Megan Lorenz

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Megan Lorenz

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Megan Lorenz
Cow Moose in Algonquin Provincial Park during the rut.
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Megan Lorenz

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Moose Mother & baby
Francine Savoie-Jansson
Mother & daughter Moose in a resort I visited but 3 hours away where I live in Hearst the town is the Capital of the Moose ... we regularly see these magnificent wild moose all over the area ... these ones I got to pet and see as a close-up in their habitat
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Moose
Megan Lorenz

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Megan Lorenz

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Megan Lorenz

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Megan Lorenz

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Megan Lorenz

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Megan Lorenz

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Megan Lorenz

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Megan Lorenz

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corrie sjollema
mommy moose with 2 of her babies...
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Moose
Liam Dunn
Fall Moose. Spotted this Bull in a patch of forest being rejeuvinated after a fire. He was with a cow.
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Moose
Liam Dunn
Roughed Grouse on old Dock. Spotted this guy while walking on the old overgrown wooden sidewalk near the lake.
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Moose
Megan Lorenz

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Megan Lorenz

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Megan Lorenz

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Megan Lorenz
Female Moose at the start of the rut in Algonquin Provincial Park.
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Moose
Richard Goerg
This large bull moose was in a grain field near Holden, Alberta.
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Moose
Ella Dicker
We were in Gros Morne, hiking on a trail that was 10 km return. We were almost at the end when my husband said that it seemed that we weren't likely to see any significant wildlife on this trail. My son who was ahead of us, returned, looking like he'd seen the proverbial ghost. In fact, there was a moose ahead just a few feet from the trail. It was the most unfriendly-looking moose we had seen on our trip (about #23 for us). We snapped our cameras and kept moving.
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Moose
Larry Kelly
I was heading from Pleasant Bay to Cheticamp a 7:00PM when I spotted this bull moose in a field. The lighting created a bit of a challenge.
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Moose
Monique Sewell
This cow moose was hanging out at Rainbow Lake.
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Moose (Cow)
Monique Sewell
This cow moose was out across the lake munching on the tender greens. My daughters took their kayaks out for a closer look while my husband and I jumped in the Canoe. She didn't really seem to mind us taking a closer look as she spent a good portion of the day hanging around.
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Moose
Ted Busby
My first sighting of a Moose. A young male was casually eating by the side of the road.
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john round
Every Fall I love exploring along the Red Deer river in Dinosaur Provincial Park with the knowledge to expect the unexpected. Although I was looking for bobcats, the surprise of seeing 4 bull moose on a sand bar in the river was just as exciting. With the wind in my face, I was able to close to within range for a photo. I also had the opportunity to watch them spar. Finally, please remember this is southern Alberta in the heart of the Badlands!
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Moose
Sandra Forbes
One snowy morning my son thru some spoiled apples outside for the dogs, and the moose found them first.
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Moose
Sharon Walker
While fishing at Wolf Lake my husband and I came upon this cow moose grazing in the lake. I of course couldn't resist.
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Moose
Mabel Lazecki
This is one of many pictures I took of a bull moose I saw one afternoon. I sat and watched him for almost 2 hours. By the looks of the picture he was watching me to.
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Moose
Mabel Lazecki
I was driving one afternoon looking for birds or other wildlife to take pictures of and saw this dark shape so I backed up and got a surprise. I've seen moose before but never this close. And one this big. I watched him for close to 2 hours. He even laid down and had a sleep. So I drove around some more and came back and he was up again. As you can see in the picture he was watching me just as much as I watched him.
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Moose (Alces alces)
Crisia Tabacaru
This female moose was resting when I disturbed her after I lost my path during a hike. She seemed quite amused to see me.