I'm a student learning the Russian language and going to visit Moscow after the pandemic, and I've read on the Internet that there's a population of moose living inside that city. In particular, the official website of Moscow's mayor says:
Для борьбы с распространением коронавирусной инфекции с конца марта до начала июня вход в парки и на природные территории был ограничен, но жизнь там не останавливалась. За это время местные обитатели заметно осмелели и стали чаще выходить к людям. Москвичи регулярно замечали разных зверей, например лис и зайцев, но особое внимание привлекли гуляющие по улицам лоси. Специалисты подчеркивают, что за пределы зеленых зон животные выходили и раньше. Особенно это было заметно там, где места их обитания граничат с жилыми районами и дорогами. Популяция лосей в городе стабильна: одних можно встретить в национальном парке «Лосиный Остров», других — на территории ТиНАО.
To fight the spread of the coronavirus, entrance to parks and natural areas was restricted between the end of March and the beginning of June, but life didn't stop there. During that period, the natural inhabitants got noticeably more daring and started coming out more frequently. Muscovites regularly saw various wild animals - for example, foxes and hares - but special attention was attracted by moose wandering on streets. Experts emphasize that it wasn't uncommon for animals to leave green zones before. This was especially noticeable at junctions of their habitats with residential areas and roads. The population of moose in Moscow is stable. Moose can be encountered in the Moose Island National Park as well as in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky districts.
The information seems to be true as it's corroborated by numerous articles on the Internet. For instance, this article shows a photo of a moose taking a bath in the Golden Pond, just 5 miles from the Kremlin:
And this webpage shows a few videos of moose in the Sokolniki park and says they are not afraid of people at all. The Sokolniki park is a small park of just two square miles conveniently located near the subway station Sokolniki.
Moose are very cute animals and I'm excited about such an opportunity to take a selfie with a moose, just as I took selfies with wild kangaroos in the Murramarang National Park when I visited Australia, so I'd like to ask here for advice as to how I can see a moose in the wild in Moscow and take a selfie with it. I couldn't find any guide on this on the Internet, but I found a post by a park visitor who, together with a friend, had devised and implemented a plan to find a moose in the Sokolniki park. The poster says the plan bore fruit just after 20 minutes of searching in the park, but he doesn't reveal any details of the plan and only shows some photos he took.
So what route should I choose? Could you give me a good plan?