Saturday, August 05, 2006

Wild Elk in Yellowstone

I am really enjoying photographing the wildlife in the Park. As we drive along, we will see a traffice jam up ahead. The traffice jam means that people have stopped to view and photograph wildlife. I usually jump out of the (moving) car with my cameras, leaving Norm to find a spot to pull off and park. It was such a pleasure to see this herd of elk in the Madison River, and see the behaviour of the females protecting the two young ones. They kept the two juveniles in the middle of the herd as they walked along in the river. Anne

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