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Forums Moose / Elk

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  • sofia wall


    I am currently looking for a Moose for and up and coming job.

    I have been advised to look in North America, Canada or Scandinavia,

    I hope to do the job over the coming weeks !

    The action required from the animal is very simple – It just has to stand there !

    Suggestions come asap


    Monica Nicolaidou

    Hello from Swedish Lapland.

    We have very good contacts with moosefarms in our region and are experienced in filming whit mooses.
    Salmonfox i s a (service) production company in Swedish Lapland whit office in Luleå, Skellefteå, Umeå and Falun.

    Please contact me at +46 70 261 96 16 or mail me

    Hi Patrick,

    You can find moose in Poland (The Biebrza National Park)
    They’re European elk (
    (photos attached)

    We have a friendly moose – farm, where you can film mose family (she-moose, he-moose and baby-moose).

    Please check out photos attached, and also link for video shot in Poland (0:29 sec).

    If you need any further help, assistance, fixing or service production – we’d be happy to help.

    Have a nice day

    Best Regards,
    Marta Habior
    mob: + 48 603 486 287

    Hi Patrick

    we have Mooses and Elks in Canada

    we have a few mooses near Montreal, that we use on past comercial shoot.

    we have elks near Calgary and Vancouver, that we use on past commercial shoot.

    Location depend on what you want to see in the background.

    Be advised that mooses and elks lose their horns in the winter between December and March.

    If you are flying from Dublin, it would be easier to come in Montreal.

    If you need more info, don’t hesitate to contact me, we can assist you with all your production needs

    Mathieu Dumont
    Line producer
    The Line
    514 941-7575

    Michal Skop

    Hello Patrick. Nice mooses awaits You in Poland. Please remember, that we have a lot of snow now and it will continue several next weeks. Don’t hesitate to mail or call me for any further questions or informations. Winter warm regards :), Mirek. Mail:, mob.: +48 502 52 16 16.

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