Yes, there are. Surveys in the late 1980s indicated a population of fewer than 1,000 in the park. As far as where in the park they are observed, it’s easiest to just quote the citation: “Moose are commonly observed in the park’s southwestern corner along the Bechler and Falls rivers, in the riparian zones around Yellowstone Lake, in the Soda Butte Creek, Pelican Creek, Lewis River, and Gallatin river drainages, and in the Willow Park area between Mammoth and Norris.” Furthermore, “Summer moose migrations from south and west of the park into Yellowstone have been confirmed by radiotelemetry.”
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