Nosy in the Yukon

Yukon Wildlife Preserve

Yukon Wildlife Preserve

March 15th, 2021

Today we’ve landed in a new location where it’s still winter! We’re in Whitehorse, in Canada’s Yukon Territory, greeted by the most amazing snout of a female moose at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve.

You can go by foot to see the moose in the preserve. They warn you to stand a couple feet back from the fence so you don’t get charged (by the moose, not the fence). We followed the rules but this curious cow walked right up to us to say hello so I zoomed in and filled the frame. Needless to say, we survived this close encounter of the moose kind.

A few more fun photos from the preserve follow below including a cool cat, the foxiest fox and a perfect photo for a Monday.

Tomorrow I’ll repost my story from Whitehorse, experienced exactly three years ago.

See you then!
Kelly

Post of the Day: Adding a bit of light to the darkness as we get through the pandemic together. This series features travel photos from my archives, shared with you while staying close to home.

Yukon Wildlife Preserve

Yukon Wildlife Preserve

Yukon Wildlife Preserve

Yukon Wildlife Preserve

Yukon Wildlife Preserve

Yukon Wildlife Preserve

Do I have something on my face?

Do I have something on my face?

Yukon Wildlife Preserve

Yukon Wildlife Preserve

Happy Monday

Happy Monday

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