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Wyoming bull elk
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Actually, the wolves have had some very good effects. They have moved the elk away from standing in the creeks where they browse on aspen saplings. Before, the aspens were only older trees, now they have a better range of ages. They have also cut back on vermin such as the excess coyote population, and have made the herds more like they were when the area was genuinely wild, and not managed.

I love the elk too. I haven't seen as many in recent years as I used to. I did not see the huge herds in Yellowstone last year like I used to see in the 80's and 90's. A poor trade for the wolves, in my opinion.


I love watching the elk in the autumn in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks

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