Here's a closeup of a few of them.
... and here's a view of most of the herd.
I also feel lucky to be getting to know moose, even though the mother moose terrify me. Here are some recent views of relatively docile moose. A cow...
.... and another cow moose, relaxing in the "warm" snow on a frigid day!
A calf who watched me go by and looked cute with snow on his/her lips.
And I am grateful beyond words to have a bear in a den that has trail cameras monitoring it. The bear has been sticking her head out lately to eat snow. If I were picky, I'd ask for better light at the den so the photos would turn out better but I'm not picky ;)
And R... He is the most intense dog I've ever known. I wonder if he's the first dog ever to decide that his "alert" to a scent in nosework should involve taking a bow and resting his snout on the "hot" box containing the scent! He just started this habit the other day, and it makes me smile!
That's a lot to be thankful for!