The Moose River basin has been home to the Moose Cree for thousands of years. The Cree call their home Mushkegowuk. In many ways, this is the economic birthplace of modern Canada, a rich ecosystem that includes, in part, a teeming wildlife population of black bear, woodland caribou, marten, beaver, wolf, fox, lynx, moose, sturgeon, pickerel, northern pike, whitefish, and numerous varieties of trout.
William Tozer is the Moose Riverkeeper. William is a member of the Moose Cree First Nation. He is a legendary guide, hunter, trapper and former bush pilot. William’s knowledge of Mushkegowuk geography, ecology, and people is unparalleled. He is a harvester and environmentalist with a deep understanding of his homeland. He lives his life on the rivers of James Bay, teaching visitors about the importance and sustainability of his world.
Mosonee, Ontario P0L 1Y0