Mother’s Milk for Breakfast

One of many amazing wildlife events that we experienced on a recent trip to Glacier National Park was watching and photographing a mother moose feeding her days-old calves. The calves could barely reach the breakfast table.

Mothers Milk Breakfast Video

 

Moose Milk for Breakfast

Moose Milk for Breakfast

 

We returned every morning for 3 days to watch the moose family. One morning while stretching to reach mother moose for breakfast a calf fell into the stream. The poor thing struggled to climb onto the steep bank but fell back a few times. My friend Bob was ready to jump in to lift the 25 pound calf out of the swift current. Fortunately, nature came to the rescue and the calf climbed out to safety.

Climbing Out

Climbing Out

 

I was relived that I did not have to jump in and save Bob!

Watch the video:

Moose Calf Climbs to Safety Video

 

Denver to Glacier Photo Collection

 

 

 

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~ by Richard Seeley on July 8, 2014.

3 Responses to “Mother’s Milk for Breakfast”

  1. What heart warming pictures, especially climbing out! Doris

    Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2014 20:57:30 +0000 To: dsgilb@msn.com

  2. great wildlife, and a really cute family. corkie ramey

    • Hi Corkie

      I am going to send you a copy of my Summer 2014 Photography Newsletter. If you are interested in subscribing, please let me know and I will include on the list. I publish it about 4 times per year.

      Thanks for the comment.

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