Sightings in Alaska
"North Pole: Thought you should have some triplets. Jeanne."
"I have a photo of a mother and calf coming down the road right at us. These photos were taken in th Kenai Animal Refuge with a Nikon D70 digital with Nikkor 70-300mm lens. Donald."
"I live in North Pole and share my yard with a second-generation female moose. When I woke up this morning she was lying in the road outside of our house and immediately I feared the worst. As it turns out she was in labour and about to give birth to a new baby. I got this picture of her before she trudged off into the brush to have her baby. Ariella."
"I have some very close up photos of a mama moose and her two day old twins. They were taken from the window of my home in Achorage. Katie."
"I took these photos in south Anchorage a couple weeks back [January 2005]. The moose got spooked and started to trot off when the calf slipped and fell on the ice. He sat there a few minutes kinda scared, then mama turned an waited till he got up. Then they walked off together. Ken."
"[This moose photo was] taken at the University of Alaska, Anchorage. After all that time on campus, our moose would never understand why these students chose Seawolves as their mascot. Your fan, Sava."
"Part of my job is insuring that moose and people coexist peacefully. The moose seem to know the rules. It's the people we have to keep reminding. Terry." [Photo taken at Ft. Greely]
"I don't know if this picture qualifies to be shown on Mooseworld but here goes. We were in Palmer in June and went to a place called Reindeer Farms. There I met two wonderful moose, Bruce Lee and Kathy Lee. They aren't tame but are used to people. As you can see I had the grand privilege of kissing Kathy. She also ate a piece of bread out of my mouth. I was able to kiss, pet and feed Bruce too. I came home with lots and lots of moose hair, which I proudly display in a decorative glass jar. Moose are my passion. I only wish we lived in a place where we could see them more often. But, whenever I get moosesick, I open up my jar of moose hair, take a whiff, touch it, and get happy all over. Hope you enjoy the picture. It was a thrill of a lifetime. Susan."
"I photographed this bull alongside the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail in Anchorage. After many attempts, and a lot of patience, I was finally able to get the bull and bike in the same frame. The bike adds some perspective on the size of these gentle, but capable, giants. Moose sightings along the Coastal Trail are commonplace; however, this bull is an outstanding specimen! Bob."