Depending on where you live, an encounter with a wild moose can be either a daily occurrence or a once-in-a-lifetime event. However, an encounter with an albino moose is a universal rarity. Out of roughly 1,000,000 moose in North America, experts estimate that only one in 100,000 displays albinism.
That said, there may be areas where albinism is more common among the moose population, such as southeastern Idaho. So, if spotting an albino moose is a goal of yours, it might be worth a trip to the quiet side of the Tetons.