What is this website about? Promoting moose education, conservation and ecology, improve your hunting and tracking skills with hunting tips, strategies and gear suggestions. Recipes for cooking are here too.
Take the information I share with you on this website and go to any area where there is a population and use it to help find them. It is my wish for every person who wants to, to go out and be successful in their searches.
Where do we find them? Personally, "I find them in beautiful BC!"
Where can YOU find them? Scattered across the northern hemisphere.
I can assure you, pretty much across the board, this content can be used anywhere.
Sure... there will be some slight variations in the timing of the rut (mating season) and the habitat locations they use from season to season -- I guarantee you, no matter where you are looking, this information will help you!
However; as I mentioned above, my experience in finding them is here, in British Columbia, Canada.
A frequent contributor had a unique encounter with a couple of enormous bull moose. This big guy gets up close and personal, finally the photographer getting a little nervous makes a move and the bull trots off a short distance. Ken took advantage of his encounter and captured it on video as well. You can find the whole story and more pictures on the current photo contest page.
Photo Credit: Ken Leier
If you have a photo that you think we would like and you would like to share it, please contact us.
Ultimately... Improve Your Hunting Skills.
Finding a guide or outfitter can also be a challenge, see our page on how to choose a hunting guide to see a number of things to consider before deciding.
We have partnered with a reputable guide, who starting this year is also offering moose photo tours. If you have ever wanted to just get out and take pictures of these majestic animals use the contact us form and we'll connect you.
Antler size always leads to deep discussions regarding the size of an animal, what is its age and for some... will it make the record books? Only the males of the species have antlers and they can grow to be quite large with the largest spread of an adult being almost 6 feet across.
Some hunters are looking for trophy size animals, while others are looking for some tender meat to eat for the winter.
Are you a trophy hunter? What drives you to hunt for trophies? (See the world record page for details) We’ll take a look at these arguments and also share our point of view.
Oh those recipes! Yum! We have shared quite a few and so have you, be sure to check them out and try them.
Appetizers: Check out our recipes for dishes like this!
Seeing and photographing any moose while adventuring in the wilds is a
Many have been spotted by canoeing, kayaking and rafting the many lakes and rivers of the province.
Back country travelers also see them wandering and feeding in the wilderness meadows and boreal forests.
I have been hunting for over forty years and moose for over twenty. My partners and I have combined hunting experience of over 150 years... on this website we will share it all with you!
My Dad and I Preparing Dinner at Camp
We hunt with the idea in mind that a successful trip is not measured just in the amount of meat we put in the freezer.
It’s also about the experience... time with friends and family, being outdoors, breathing the fresh air and the anticipation of seeing wild game....This website is exactly that.
An all-inclusive place to find information regarding the species Alces alces. They are majestic animals that often do not get the respect they are due.
I hope you find this site informative and if you have any tips, ideas, recommendations... do feel free to contact me.
Also: please participate in our Moose-Hunting Rifle Survey. Voice or ask for an opinion and find out the most popular rifle. We recently ran a survey, check out the results.
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Me by the way: Mark Allardyce and this is my website, I live in beautiful British Columbia, Canada, this is my Passion.
"Encouraging People to Go Out into the Outdoors,
to Participate and Experience the Excitement
Beauty of the Moose."
Please check back often for updates and new and exciting information.