Moose, White Mountains

Nancy Brook Scenic Area - Moose on the side of Nancy Pond in the White Mountains, New Hampshire. Moose can be found throughout the White Mountains of New Hampshire and in the state of New Hampshire they are hunted every year. Hunting permits are issued by a lottery drawing. Very cool animals!
Nancy Pond – White Mountains, New Hampshire 
 

Moose, White Mountains – I do not specialize in wildlife photography, but do have limited wildlife imagery on file. Moose are beautiful creatures, and I have enjoyed photographing the ones I have come across, but my focus has always been on other areas of the environment.

Over the past decade, while documenting the New England environment I have created a handful of moose imagery that is available for advertising, editorial, and commercial publications. See the included link for more moose images and feel free to send me an email with questions or comments.

Franconia Notch State Park - Moose eating twigs on the side of Lonesome Lake Trail in the White Mountains, New Hampshire. Moose can be found throughout the White Mountains of New Hampshire and in the state of New Hampshire they are hunted every year. Hunting permits are issued by a lottery drawing. Not many permits are issues and the animal is on the decline. They are very big animals that cause many auto accidents in the state.
Lonesome Lake – White Mountains, New Hampshire 
 

All moose imagery is clearly labeled if the animal was photographed roadside or in a wild setting. It may seem unimportant to the casual viewer if a moose is roadside or in a wild setting, but editors need to know this information. View more images of New Hampshire Moose here.

Happy image making..


 

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Erin Paul is a professional photographer who specializes in environmental conservation and historic preservation photography in the New Hampshire White Mountains. His work is published worldwide, and credits include; Backpacker Magazine, Appalachian Trail Conservancy, the Appalachian Mountain Club, and The Wilderness Society.

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