The Great Moose Migration returns on SVT for the third time with a total of 29 cameras, 23 remote-controlled cameras, 4 night vison cameras, 1 superzoom, and 1 drone.
Do you want to learn more about the setup? Watch this video: The Great Moose Migration: Behind the scenes.
The Black Grouse
Apart from trying to catch as many moose as possible on camera, we will also try to get a glimpse of the black grouses' special dance that they perform to attract a mate.
For how long will The Great Moose Migration run?
Sunday 18 April to 9 May.
Where are the cameras located?
The location is Kullberg, near Junsele. Information about which camera is active at the moment can be found HERE.
Why is there a counter on the screen?
It represents the number of moose that have crossed the Ångermanälven river onto the mainland.
Is there a way to only watch the highlights?
Yes, you can find one for each day here:
Monday 19 April – Tuesday 20 April – Wednesday 21 April – Thursday 22 April – Friday 23 April – Saturday 24 April – Sunday 25 April – Monday 26 April – Tuesday 27 April – Wednesday 28 April – Thursday 29 April – Friday 30 April – Saturday 1 May – Sunday 2 May – Monday 3 May – Tuesday 4 May – Wednesday 5 May – Thursday 6 May
Make your own shareable link to a timecode:
1. Go to SVTPlay.se and choose the right episode.
2. Press Play and scroll to the event you want to share.
3. Pause and copy the URL.
4. You've now created a link to that specific timecode.
Who is Laban?
Laban is a curlew. Watch this!
Show me some moose!