MOOSE MAMAS is a nonprofit organization that focuses on rescuing orphaned moose calves after losing their mothers. Most of the babies are orphaned due to moose/vehicle collisions and abandonments.
OUR MISSION is to rescue, rehabilitate, and then release orphaned moose calves back into the wild where they belong. Protecting and preserving one of Alaska's greatest natural resources.
OUR FACILITY is located near Anchorage, Alaska. We have a team of expert wildlife veterinarians, biologists, interns, and dedicated volunteers. We typically start rescuing the calves in late May when they are just a few days old.
BACK INTO THE WILD. After the calves are at a certain weight and age, we transport them to a remote and safe place. The calves are released with radio collars so that we can track them every month for the first year.