ghosthunters
Here are some more pictures of the elk. Man, sure having fun with these this year. Coincidentally these still photo cams are not far from the SZ02 video cam that i posted up in a previous post. We have had some exceptionally warm weather recently so the coats on the elk are getting shaggy. Click image for larger version - Name: P1020345.JPG, Views: 43, Size: 569.39 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1010428.JPG, Views: 45, Size: 559.57 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1010436.JPG, Views: 45, Size: 558.39 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1010439.JPG, Views: 43, Size: 550.80 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1010444.JPG, Views: 42, Size: 656.65 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1010448.JPG, Views: 42, Size: 656.25 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1010449.JPG, Views: 44, Size: 666.69 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1040299.JPG, Views: 43, Size: 367.09 KB Click image for larger version - Name: P1020961.JPG, Views: 44, Size: 562.12 KB
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kdornski
you need to send some of them to Northern Wisconsin
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hydiseka
Do spend any time looking for sheds Daryl?
With sufficient thrust pigs fly just fine
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ghosthunters
hydiseka wrote:
Do spend any time looking for sheds Daryl?


It's one of my those things, I try to as much as I can. But in this case I am gonna try a bit harder and spend more time at it. There is a lot of antler roaming this bush. Lol.. there will definitely be others who have seen the sign as well I am sure.
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buckshot164
Great set of pics.
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woody meristem
Weird looking antler on that one bull, but nice photos.
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ghosthunters
hydiseka wrote:
Do spend any time looking for sheds Daryl?


They have moved out of the area. I have not been blessed with a picture for 3 weeks and bulls have been spotted moving back to their summer haunts. Now the process starts all over..
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