The last half of September brings Alaskan bull moose out of hiding. Bulls feed little or not at all for a couple weeks in latter September and early October. They have just one thing on their minds, cows.
Alaskan bull moose grunts as it travels in search of cows. Continue reading
The arrival of March in Interior Alaska is a wonderful change. Temperatures generally don’t stray much below twenty below F and the light is increasing by about thirty five minutes a week. It’s a great time to be out. Moose don’t really mind the cold in fact they might seek the shade even at fifty below zero because their huge bodies produce so much heat. Continue reading