Click here to see some of the best photos of moose sightings (from a baby moose to twin calves to a rare albino moose!) captured and submitted by readers of Downhome magazine.
And here are some cool moose facts you probably never knew:
• Every one of the 125,000 or so moose on the island of Newfoundland descended from two cows and two bulls that were introduced to Howley from New Brunswick in 1904.
• With huge ears that swivel 360 degrees, it's no wonder moose can hear a human voice more than a mile away. On top of that, their eyes move independently of each other; they can look both ways at the same time!
• The front legs of a moose are actually longer than its back ones. Moose that stop to drink from a lake often kneel on their front legs in order to reach the water.
• The flap of skin under a moose's chin has been called a bell, a bag and a dewlap. Whatever the name, it can grow to a metre long and during mating season, males cover it in urine-soaked mud to attract females.