The gallivanting moose, as photographed inside Rocky Mountain National Park. The park covers over 415 square miles and is a breathtaking mosaic of alpine meadows, dense forests, rugged peaks, and pristine lakes. Rocky Mountain National Park's diverse ecosystems provide the ideal habitat for a variety of wildlife, including the moose. Here, the moose is emblematic … Continue reading POTW: The Gallivanting Moose
Shortly after the rain had stopped, a cow and her calf appeared at the north end of the Kawuneeche Valley near the Colorado River Trailhead inside Rocky Mountain National Park. Stella and I make it a point to drive into Rocky Mountain National Park after it rains, as the wildlife seems to appear out of … Continue reading POTW: After the rain…
We happened upon the North Inlet Moose as we were driving through Grand Lake heading to the east end of the lake on a Sunday evening not long ago. The North Inlet source, Lake Powell, is located deep in the heart of Rocky Mountain National Park. These waters provide the necessary source of moisture that … Continue reading POTW: The North Inlet Moose
Alces alces, also known as a moose. I photographed this bull moose foraging in the Kawuneeche Valley in early August of 2020 near the Colorado River. Rocky Mountain National Park has an abundant population of moose that can be seen year round. These magnificent creatures are a subspecies and scientifically referred to as Alces Alces … Continue reading POTW: Alces alces
A cow moose with her calf near Base Camp @ Grand Lake. Photo of the Week - Nature. One never knows what one will see when one walks about nature. Stella and I never take for granted our interactions outdoors.