Moose Cow & Calf | Grand Teton National Park

Moose Cow & Calf photographed on the banks of the Snake River in the Grand Teton National Park.

Like any wild animal, moose are unpredictable and should be given a respectful amount of space. They are most likely to attack if annoyed or harassed, or if their “personal space” has been encroached upon. Cows with young calves are very protective and will attack humans who come too close, especially if they come between mother and calf. Unlike other dangerous animals, moose are not territorial, and do not view humans as food, and will therefore usually not pursue humans if they simply run away.

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