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The story of the elk and the tripod

Near where I live, in the heart of the Point Reyes National Seashore, there is an elk preserve. It is thousands of acres and holds somewhere in the vicinity of 400 Tule Elk. Chances are generally quite good that you … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a photo #74: Elk tongue

New Elk are a tongueful animal. I believe I have more photographs of Tule Elk tongues, than I do of any other animal’s tongue. Maybe it’s just them, or maybe it’s just how they act when I am around… eyeing … Continue reading

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Tule Elk: An essay in photos

I live near a large stretch of national park, and within that park there is an area that is protected for tule elk (a subspecies of our local elk). I try to take advantage of this natural resource from time … Continue reading

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