Moose are really abundant at Algoquin park. In early spring it is almost guaranteed that you will see one. The funny thing is that you best chances to see a moose in spring are along the "civilized" road corridor in the south of the park. The road gets salted in the winter, and with the snowploughing a lot of the salt end up in the bogs & grass alonng the road making one tasty meal for the moose. During this trip, even if in August, we did see a moose in a swamp along the road, but by the time we stopped he had already gone back in the wood. This second one was captured from the deck of the visitor center. Even with the Minolta converter, he was just very far away. But they had Bushnell scopes on the deck, so I got to see him up close and personal....but could not capture it.