Tuesday, June 18th, 2013
Bull Moose In Wonder Lake, Denali National Park

Bull Moose In Wonder Lake with Mount McKinley Denali National Park - (c) Laurent Dick - Wild Alaska Travel      I had never seen a bull moose in Wonder Lake with Denali (Mount McKinley) not obscured by clouds, so I was pretty happy when it finally all came together this past weekend.

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Monday, October 17th, 2011
Moose And Missiles

A couple of moose browse near the entrance of the missile defense complex at Fort Greely near Delta Junction, which has become the front line in the United States’ missile defense system. This picture, taken several years ago, was never published, but it has remained one of my favorite uniquely Alaskan photos. It represents both the abundance of moose in the Tanana Valley but also the often overlooked reality of the large military presence in Interior Alaska.

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Tuesday, May 24th, 2011
Moose Cow and Calf

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Moose are as commonplace in Interior Alaska as are Bald Eagles in Southeast Alaska. Driving along the Stampede Trail near Healy, moose like this cow and her yearling calf are often seen browsing in the willows and grass along the road.

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Wednesday, June 29th, 2005
Wild Interactions

An extended part of our community out here are the animals that make their home right around town, like this cow moose and her recent offspring. It’s such a delight to live in a place where I can observe wild animals and read and interpret their interactions. They have a lot to tell us.

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Friday, June 10th, 2005
Pond Visitors

These yearling twins will likely soon separate from their mother, as moose calves commonly stay with their mothers for only one year. Cows are not usually aggressive, but they will ferociously defend their offspring.

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Tuesday, June 7th, 2005
Moose-Vehicle Collisions

Even though moose have the right of way on Alaska’s highways, every year several hundred die in collisions with motor vehicles.

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Saturday, May 28th, 2005
Willow Browser

I observed this pregnant moose cow feeding on willow buds along the Park Road. It won’t be long until this years calves are born.

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