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Elk hoof prints in dirt.

My wife and I went for a walk down some of our back woods roads and came across some elk hoof prints in the dirt. I had not beed this far down in the woods this year yet, elk are around but they hide well and I only see them occasionally. Most of our property is natural and full of wild life, we see lots of deer they are not shy. We also found a large patch of Foxglove plants, to bad I did not get a photo of them when they were in bloom.

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Re: Elk hoof prints in dirt.

tomf wrote:My wife and I went for a walk down some of our back woods roads and came across some elk hoof prints in the dirt. We had not been this far down in the woods this year yet, elk are around but they hide well and I only see them occasionally. Most of our property is natural and full of wild life, we see lots of deer they are not shy. We also found a large patch of Foxglove plants, to bad I did not get a photo of them when they were in bloom.
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