Hidden Moose in Denali National Park and Preserve

I don’t care how many moose I’ve seen in my life, I get excited every time.  During my Alaska/Canada road trip I saw 38.  Of those, eight were in Denali National Park and Preserve.  The thing about moose in the spring was they were shedding and sometimes looked a bit ragged.  They also blended in well with the background.  They would be much easier to spot with a greener landscape.

As you may have read in an earlier post, there was one moose encounter that my dogs and I will never forget.

Here were some of my less exciting, but still awesome, moose encounters.  Each one was so unique.

Cow Moose with White Spots

DNP - Cow Moose w/White Spots

Cow Moose with Hidden Calf (last year’s)

Look closely…the calf was to the right and slightly uphill from the cow.  You could barely see it’s ears.

DNP - Cow Moose with Hidden Calf

Finally the calf came out of hidding.

DNP - Cow and Calf

Skinny Moose

This moose looked skinny to me.  It made me wonder if it was a hard winter.

DNP - Skinny Moose (Hard winter?)

Bull Moose

This was the nicest bull I saw the entire trip.  I was talking to my mom on the phone when I found this guy.  She had to wait for me to snap some photos.

DNP - Bull Moose

Young Moose

It’s probably this youngster’s first year without Mom.

DNP - Young Moose

More about My Trip

To see all post about my Alaska/Canada Road Trip click here.

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