Some of the newest Volvos have a "large animal detection" system and it's specifically designed to recognize moose, deer, elk etc.. As far as I know, other manufacturers don't have this capability available yet.
Here is more info from Wired:
"To make it work, Volvo's engineers started by studying animal behavior. "We put a lot of effort in seeing how animals moved and teaching the computer to look for that movement," Ekholm says. A lot of that work happened on the computer. "You can’t just tell a moose to run across the road, so we created initial captures of real animals and then simulated variations of their movement for the computer."
The system recognizes animals by matching what the camera sees against a database of masses and shapes. Watching how it moves determines what it's up to, whether it's nothing at all, or walking right into the car's path. The system is programmed based on where the car is sold. In native Sweden, it's primed to look for moose and elk. In the US, it looks mostly for the deer that cause thousands of crashes every year. It's not foolproof: Though it can detect animals in the dark if they’re within range of the headlights, it can’t detect partially obscured animals, small animals like dogs and cats, or particularly fast animals. Drivers are still in charge, but this just gives them a boost if they aren’t on top of their animal-spotting game."