I spotted this impressive looking 6:6 male Rocky Mountain Elk in Yellowstone National Park (YNP) during a visit in February last year. The most common ungulate and largest mammal in YNP, elk spend most of their time at higher elevations, but over the winter months they drop to lower elevations where it is easier for them to find food. During the winter, elk numbers in the park drop to between 4 and 5,000, but in the summer months those numbers can triple or even quadruple as they reenter the park and form themselves into several herds roaming the mountain sides. More from Yellowstone can be seen in the Yellowstone Gallery.
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17 – 19 Nov All Decked Out, Parksville BC
25 – 26 Nov Toy & Craft Fair, Campbell River BC
01 – 10 Dec Driftwood Mall, Courtenay, BC
28 Jan 2018 Wildlife Photography Workshop, Comox, BC
15 Mar 2018 CV Alumnae, Courtenay, BC
25 Oct 2018 Lantzville Probus, Lantzville, BC
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Ben Davies Financial Planning, Beaufort Ave, Comox BC - Various Images in an Ongoing Display
Vancouver Island Visitor Centre, Courtenay, BC - Prints & Books available for sale
Discovery Marine Safaris - Campbell River, BC - Images on Display