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A happy bull elk trotting toward his large harem.
May your day be happy as well.
On my dad's bucket list was to hear the elks bugle in RMNP... and it happened.
A mature elk, at right, evicts a juvenile from a patch of grass. The high-nose posture signals aggressive intent. The juvenile's posture was not a serious resistance, but something more like an expression of displeasure.
Elk huddling together in a spring rain storm. Rocky Mountain National Park
A healthy, mature Rocky Mountain bull elk stands below a "No Camping" sign. All rights reserved.
Photographed at Oak Creek Wildlife Area, Yakima County. These elk will be migrating into the mountains soon. The bulls are starting to drop their antlers I always enjoy watching the interaction between the eagles and ravens. IMG_4181
Another Tule Elk image from the weekend!The non-dominant males form their own herd of boys only, while the dominant males lead herds of female elk.
The reason for the "... of course" is that I caught this guy on the Fairmont Banff Springs golf course, the the Canadian Rockies.
If you look closely you can see the spittle flying around his lips. It gives you a pretty good idea of his opinion about how close I was!
... Just this image on Fluidr (enhanced display).
... the flickr set of images from this trip (still a WorkInProgress).
... more of my LakeLouise area images.
Best if viewed large. Photo taken at Turnbull Wildlife Refuge a few miles SE of Cheney, Washington State.
North American Elk (Cervus canadensis) or "Wapiti" bull skulking through the evergreen trees in search of stray cows from his harem in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada.
19 September, 2016.
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The elk were bugling in Yellowstone Park today. It was fun see and hear them.
An elk herd in their range near Mt. Rundle. Another of the many benefits and wonders of visiting Banff.
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With a late spring / summer the Elk are still shedding there winter coats.
Bull Elk in Grand Teton NP Wyoming
Bull elk lose their antlers each March, but they begin to grow them back in May in preparation for the late-summer breeding season
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I think he was quite a young male as he didn't have the large neck and mane that the big male Elks have ,
IMGP2468 P1170417 Elk - Cervus canadensis - Jasper - Alberta - Canada
Bull Elk, Yellowstone National Park.
Another shot of this incredible elk that was so cooperative. We were fortunate to see it relatively close to the road as we went around a bend near the Blacktail Plateau. The light at the moment was beautiful, and I am glad these photos reflect that to some degree.
I have other images in my photostream from close to this same area where the elk is in much deeper snow. I am not sure it is the same elk, but, if not, both are impressive specimens.