Ray Bonnell's art and ramblings in Interior Alaska
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Yearling moose grazing at Birch Hill
I've been so busy with other activities that I've been forgetting to post photos. Here are two photos of yearling moose grazing up at Birch Hill Cemetery on a frosty morning before the snow started flying.
I'm not sure what kind of winter we are in for. Usually the moose head for the hills before the snow flies and don't come into town until late winter when the snow starts getting deep. Today there was a cow moose and her calf in the vacant lot next to our house. Guess I'll make sure my wood pile is well-stocked.