A Bull Moose in early summer eats off the bottom of a Chena River slough. His antlers are still in velvet, so they are growing, they'll be much larger come September.
A large bull in the rutting grounds in Denali National Park. He's big enough he might be successful in mating.
A cow moose with it's newborn calf (it was born about 2 hours before this photo was taken). This is taken in Riley Creek Campground. The Moose take advantage of the people that keep bears and wolves away and use the campground as a calving ground. Unfortunately, mom has to contend with all the campers in her midst when she wants to protet her calf.
A new moose calf tests the waters of a small pond that it shares with a very large family of golden eye ducks.
A cow and calf enjoy the boundy of summer on Chena Ridge above the Tanana River.
A Moose cow and calf test the waters of a pond along the Chena River. The calf is probably 3 weeks old when this photo is taken.
A Moose Calf walks into the noon day sun on a cold (-45f) January day in Fairbanks Alaska.
The indignaties of life. A tree dumps is load of snow on a moose calf while it was eating the small branches. Photo take at -45 in Fairbanks Alaska.
A large Bull Moose in Denali National Park with his September rutting head gear.
A moose calf tests the september foilage in the rain in Denali National Park.
A Denali Moose Calf in a September rain storm.
A young moose emerging from it's first winter without mom at the helm. Looks to have done ok.
A cow moose watches the click of my camera
A cow moose in the woods during the sept rut.
A Denali Bull Moose still in velvet in early July
Denali Bull Moose starting to lose his velvet so the battles can begin.
A Denali Moose in Dwarf Birch and Willows in the Savage River area of Denali National Park.