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The Moose Images website is one in a series of wildlife image sites brought to you by two aspiring Canadian wildlife photographers, Bill Maynard and Michael Cummings. The concept for our wildlife images websites sprung up from our desire to give back to both the conservation and photographic communities through a simple formula. If skilled photographers help to coach those wildlife photographers just starting out to better their craft and they in turn present the beauty of wildlife through their own wildlife photography to their followers that ultimately increases support for wildlife conservation. We call on all wildlife photographers to adopt a similar model, which when scaled out will play an integral part in protecting precious wildlife for future generations to enjoy.

Michael and I take every opportunity we can to get up to Algonquin Park with the hopes of coming across one of these magnificent animals.  Our favorite time of year is Autumn when the leaves are turning as it makes for spectacular back drops for moose pictures.  And as an added bonus the bull moose are in rut this time of year and are sporting spectacular antlers.  Be forewarned that if you encounter a bull moose during the rut stay well back as they can be very unpredictable this time of year. Of course it is best to stay well back any time of year out of respect for the moose or any other wildlife for that matter.

Sadly Michael and I never really shared our moose pictures and it wasn’t until one winter night as we were reviewing wolf images for our WolvesOnly website that we decided to strike up an initiative specifically focused on moose photography.

In fact positive feedback from our followers on has led us to the creation of numerous species specific websites:

Herein you will find helpful moose photography tips and we are always open to email with your questions. We will also provide general information intended to help you learn more about moose, their habitat, behaviors, food sources, breeding cycles, etc. which most professional wildlife photographers agree is the most important thing you can do towards improving your photography as it allows you to predict the action before it unfolds.

Michael and I both hold a similar belief that through our Moose Images we have a tremendous opportunity to expose people to the beauty of the Moose and encourage them to plan an outing to experience this natural marvel for themselves.