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gassernomore

Elk herd

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Thought some of you might like these pics. This was on Hi Way 22 in N. Oregon about 40 mi from the ocean. The herd was just grazing and right by the road. The herd was about 50 strong. The one picture with them looking at the camera was caused by my son's 06 Dodge that is straight piped. He reved the engine and the whole herd looked up at us. Never seen a herd that big in numbers.

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Awesome pics! Good catch!There is supposed to be a herd north of Florance OR, the warning signs are everyplace down there, but I have yet to see them. When ever we see the signs that say watch out for the elk, we slow down to look, again I haven't seen them yet...

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Here is my friendly winter deer... http://forum.mopar1973man.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=143&stc=1&d=1262274881 I get these critter every winter camped out in my yard. They get so bold that they will walk right up to the house and eat the ivy right off the house. Never got to trim the ivy they do it for us every winter...:lmao2:

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Our deer come in the summertime and eat the grape vines in the vineyards. They haven't figured out that we haven't made the wine yet!

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We don't have any Elk around here at all but there are lots of deer, coyotes, fox and a few rabbits. So many people feed the deer that the population is massive now.

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