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The Rocky Mountain Elk
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Here you can view pictures of Elk which were taken by me. First I will show you what it is that you will be hunting for.
This is a beautiful Bull Elk just before the start of hunting season in 1996
This is a beautiful Bull Elk just before the start of hunting season in 1996
The next two photos are during the month of July when their antlers are in velvet and growing fast.
The next two photos are during the month of July when their antlers are in velvet and growing fast.
As you can see they are two different Elk but were photographed about the same time of year.
As you can see they are two different Elk but were photographed about the same time of year.
Here is me with my first Elk. Yes it's a cow but it was a learning experience that I will never forget.
Here is me with my first Elk. Yes it's a cow but it was a learning experience that I will never forget.
This is the Elk that made me want to give up hunting for I was not in the physical condition that is required for Elk hunting. Hopefully you will not do what I was foolish enough to do. I never realized just how big they were until it was down. And I never realized how much work it would be to get it out. From here we took the horse in to get another Elk that was taken at the same time as mine. That was the Elk that gave me my wake up call.

This is my first decent elk taken, a 7x7 This is my first decent elk taken, a 7x7
During the hard months of winter the Elk will go to their winter grounds. Here you will see Elk on The National Elk Refuge.
During the hard months of winter the Elk will go to their winter grounds. Here you will see Elk on The National Elk Refuge.
Note the Elk in the background.

During the hard months of winter the Elk will go to their winter grounds. Here you will see Elk on The National Elk Refuge. Note the Elk in the background.

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