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Author Topic: Hiding in plain sight  (Read 139 times)

Offline Flintlock1776

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Re: Hiding in plain sight
« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2019, 06:24:03 PM »
Flint - About 10 years ago, there was an 5x5 Bull Elk that wondered down from the Mountains and thought he was a cow also....he would mingle with them and then go back up into the hills to spend the night and the next morning be down among the cows again. This went on for about a month and he was close to the road that I travel and sometimes he wasn't....then on a Saturday morning going into work, notice a TWRA (stands for TN Wildlife Resource Agency) and for about a week they would watch him then one day there was a bunch of trucks parked along side of the TWRA truck. After that did not see him (the Elk) or the TWRA truck, figuring that darted him and took him back to be with his buddies....Got some fuzzy pictures of the Elk I will try to find and post them.....

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Re: Hiding in plain sight
« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2019, 06:33:32 PM »
Cool pics, wildlife never fails to entertain.
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