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Discussion in 'Nature Photography' started by wyoming4x4, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. wyoming4x4

    wyoming4x4 Well-Known Member

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    elk hunt wyoming bighornes.
     

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    moose feeding below me during elk hunt!
     

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    elk hunt soldier park, bighornes.
     

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    elk stuff.
     
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    good hunt for deer and had a elk problem. No elk tag for this area so i took pictures instead. I think it was a test from god. several photo's taken at about 30yrd to 50yrds. crawling through the sagebrush. deer at about 6 yrds. taken 3 yrs ago. cool moment on the mountain. the bull elk lookin back heard my 35mm camera and looked back. this is how close i was crawlin. sniffin some sagebrush to get the photo!
     

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  6. wyoming4x4

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    jackson wyo. rocky mt elk foundation. checkin out some elk. good day over the hill. everybody needs to see this place. grand tetons in backgound, bull elks and a collared elk for tracking, game and fish. just a good day on the mtn. hope you like! Not sure if this is heaven but it has to be pretty close and it will do. lost in wyoming and lovin it!
     

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    bighornes random photos. moose stuff young bull moose. about 12 yrds to 15 yrds. moose don't really care about humans to much. Not hard to get close.
     
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    moose!
     

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  9. Len Backus

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    My, oh, my. I love it. Nice job.
     
  10. wyoming4x4

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    hello len. did you know a elk can take a poop while laying down. i didn't know this until i went to the elk refuge. some useless information that can baffle your fellow hunters. i always wondered about certain elk droppings during the hunt. how they kept them in small piles while some are bigger. I just figured elk needed to be standing up to take care of business, i was wrong. i'm a lot smarter now after my trip to the refuge in jackson wyo. you need to see this place if you haven't yet!
     
  11. Len Backus

    Len Backus Administrator Staff Member

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    You made me laugh out loud!
     
  12. wyoming4x4

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    look closely at the jackson hole refuge elk and you will see droppings right behind their butt. Seen and watched this while taking photos. More useless information for the average hunter. yeah made me laugh now! Been studying elk droppings for yrs and thought i had it all figured out. poopoglist is what we are called! Funny crap we do in the woods!
     
  13. Lefty G-gear

    Lefty G-gear Well-Known Member

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    ya great!