OK before either the grammarians or the biologists get on my case, I know that "meese" is not a correct plural of moose. For the record either Moose or Mooses are acceptable plurals (like fish and not like Goose). While the Beaver may be Canada's national symbol, to many the Moose is the quintessential Canadian critter.
These figure came about from a google query "28mm Moose figures". They are made by Brigade Games, come singly or in a pack of 3 and are quite nice figures. I intend to use them as game markers for unknown or suspected units. So hopefully that gets me over the umpire's hurdle. If not then I claim that they are mounts for the Teddy Roosevelt amphibious assault force.
I've based them on Perry Miniatures bases left over from my plastic infantry boxes. Since moose are happy both on land and lake and like marsh plants, I've given bases with a watery edge. I did the water in Ultramarine artists acrylic topped with Acrylic Gloss medium to give the effect of ripples (hopefully). I also used taller plant like to show rushes along the water's edge. I am sure that there is plenty of Moose Moss for the trio to munch.
Originally I was going to base each moose separately. But Junior Moose is definitely too small to be far away from Mum so two bases it is.
To give an example of size for the figures, I have one photo with Laura Secord - a combination of Canadian icons if there ever was.
Oh and just for the Mad Padre I've included a shot of their backsides, since I know he is a connoisseur of moose butts.
More moose info on moose can be found at the link below.
Hinterland Who's Who
Canadian baby boomers like me can likely recite the narration from heart.