That is great! . I guess that means that you get to photograph "real" moose, instead of these little Shiras Moose that we have down here in the lower 48.
What is it that you guide for? . Do you get to spend much time photographing when you're up there, or does guiding take almost all of your time?
What other critters do you get opportunities with up there during the autumn?
I guide specifically for the Moose during the rut. The location I guide in allows me to get 10 feet from a bull without them caring, but when I guide clients I shoot less because I need to focus on their behavior. If you watch their behavior you will never get charged (I have never been charged). I camp for the whole duration of the rut where I guide, which allows me to know where they all hang out. During non- guiding days I am taking photos . As for other animals there are snowshoe hares, coyotes, fox. Another big animal there are Grizzly and Black Bears. They are extremely predatory towards humans seeing us as a food source and killing a couple people per year. Not even the Black Bears are nice