Two in a foraging party on the Valhalla Face in midday. The pair practiced wise travel protocols and stayed stayed well spaced apart since they were obviously in avalanche terrain. They triggered a few pastry-like roller-balls and noticed some recent natural wet activity on a similar adjacent slope, and they were just starting to reevaluate their route when Honk started a large snowball rolling while pawing for fresh grass shoots around a sage. The snowball rolled down slope and initiated a wet avalanche, which did not catch or even scare either one.
I noticed this new wet avalanche this afternoon. It wasn't there when I came up canyon, but occurred within about a half hour. I took some photos of the fresh slide from a distance and didn't notice that I had captured the Moose in the shot until I enlarged it later. (Weed 2-8-2016)