One-of-a-kind video captures the recently born moose calves at Norway’s Long Ridge nature park.
The Norwegian woman can be heard talking to the mother moose and saying: “Awww,you are so beautiful! You have such long legs, my sweet girl. The best mom in the world! You allow me to be here… you are showing such a strong trust in me. This is such a gift.”
“We can hear the Norwegian woman talking with the mama moose and saying: ‘Awww, you are so beautiful! You have such long legs, my sweet girl. The best mom in the world! You allow me to be here… you are showing such strong trust in me… This is such a gift’,” reported the video.
Located around 1,000 meters above sea level, Langedrag mountain farm was built in 1978 to fulfill the Thorson family’s vision of a safe haven for animals, birds, and people. Situated amidst stunning surroundings with breathtaking views of lakes and mountains between Hallingdal and Numedal, Langedrag seems like a fairy-tale castle.
Long Ridge nature park, also known as Langedrag, has made a valiant effort to conserve a variety of animals through millions of years of natural selection. Their collection includes wolves, lynx, reindeer, Arctic foxes, horses, goats, Telemark cattle, Highland cattle, Yak, Mouflon sheep, fowl, ducks, geese, and rabbits. It’s important to note that approaching a moose can be quite dangerous, particularly when they are protecting their young, so caution is advised.