Huge open space for elk. We saw lost off elk grazing. Males, females and babies happy enjoying life on the range.
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Just outside of Jackson and on the way to the Grand Tetons, this is a must-see thing to do in the area. depending on the time of year, you'll see plenty of elk, deer, and bighorn sheep. Too many people drive right past this, rather...More
The elk were gone when we were there in May, but there were plenty of bighorn sheep. We got great shots of them with their young on the rocks.
We are two Aussies on a 5 week road tour. The elk and bison were grazing on the flats of the reserve there must have been 500 out there. Side roads still closed for the winter and as spring summer come animals will move back...More
We had never seen elks before. Moreover, elks in the numbers we saw them! They are truly magnificent animals. We discovered the best time to see them is at dusk. There are hundreds at that hour. We saw them at dawn - at great distances....More