For more information on wildlife viewing, please contact WDFW Wildlife Program.

Phone: 360-902-2515
E-mail: wildthing@dfw.wa.gov

Found Injured Wildlife?

Contact a local
Wildlife Rehabilitator

 
For more information contact a WDFW Regional Office


 

Reporting Moose Observations

Moose have been increasing in abundance and distribution within Washington for a few decades. Moose are now common and a hunted species in the northeastern portion of the state, but are increasingly observed in  other areas of the state as well. We seek your assistance in helping us identify where moose have recently been documented.

Provide You can provide any photos or videos you have taken at the bottom of this form. 

Date of Observation: / / (mm/dd/yyyy)

Name of reporting party
FIRST LAST

Phone number
(xxx-xxx-xxxx)

E-mail

Observation Location

GPS Map Instructions: Move the map with your mouse and click on the location of your observation. A red cross will appear on the map wherever you click indicating the location of your observation. You may zoom in to provide a more exact location.

* Zoom to location and click on map to fill in Observation Latitude and Longitude


These coordinates are based on: Very accurate site GPS reading   Very accurate map reading
  General area GPS reading   General area map reading


Is this observation from a hunter harvested moose? Yes No 

What type of habitat did the observation occur in?

Pasture
Cropland
Forest - clearcut
Forest - brushfields
Forest - young
Forest - mature forested stands
Wetland or Water Body
Urban (i.e. backyard)
Other

 

Did the observation occur on:

Public land
Private land
Do not know

Total number moose observed in the group: 
(If you do not know put "UNK")

How many in the total number of moose observed were:
 (If you do not know put "UNK")

Calves
Adult females (cows)?
Adult males (bulls)?

How long were the moose observed for?

Fleeting glimpse
10 min
30 min
1 hour
> 1 hour
Unknown or unrecorded

Were the moose observed with binoculars or spotting scopes? Yes No

Did the animals appear healthy? Yes No

Are you reporting an observation for another party?   Yes No 


Additional Comments (limit to 250 characters)

Characters remaining:

Provide Media Uploads
Please send us photographs or movies of your observation. No single file may be larger than 8 mb in size.
Upload #1:
Acceptable file formats:

 

Images:
jpg, jpeg
 
  Movies:
avi, mp4, wmv, mov
 
Upload #2:
Upload #3:
Upload #4:
Upload #5:
Please Note

By submitting your digital media to WDFW, you grant WDFW a royalty-free license to publicly display, reproduce, and use the photographs, movies and audio recordings in any form or media for any and all scientific, editorial or related promotional purposes in perpetuity. However, you will retain the copyright to your digital media. By agreeing to the terms and conditions, you assert the digital media is your original work, does not violate the copyright or any other personal or property right of any third party, and you have obtained any and all releases and permissions necessary for our intended use. You furthermore warrant that you are the parent or legal guardian or have obtained permission from the parent or legal guardian of any minors identifiable in the photograph or movie. WDFW has no control over third-party use of digital media displayed on the WDFW website or social media sites. By checking the "I Agree" box below, you agree that you have read and agree to the following terms and conditions.

* I agree to the terms and conditions: Yes, I agree.

  

Thank you for your submitting your report!