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Big Critters ... And A Magpie

Elk at Tule Elk National Wildlife Refuge. Once estimated to have a population of fewer than 30, these unique Tule elk now number more than 4,000. 140 more words

Photography

A Day On The Wildlife Loop in Custer State Park

All images shot on the Wildlife Loop in Custer State Park where all the animals roam free.
All images Herb Ryan/Custer Free Press 77 more words

South Dakota

Brown & White

The pronghorn antelope is the fastest animal in North America. Photo by Tom Koerner/USFWS. Tweeted by the US Fish & Wildlife service, 1/20/17.

One of nature’s most social and playful creatures, river otters have big personalities and even bigger appetites. 79 more words

Photography

Winter ‘pretty rough’ for wildlife

Just as the deep snow this year is creating problems, it is creating hardship for wildlife — especially big game animals — which are struggling find places to be out of the snow. 31 more words

Dept. Of Fish & Wildlife

Pronghorn deaths blamed on toxic plant

Just two weeks ago, a group of eight elk died in the Boise foothills after feeding on Japanese yew plants. This week, a herd of 50 pronghorn antelope were found dead in Payette, victims of the same toxic shrub. 12 more words

Ontario Argus Observer

Aspens and Antelopes

This is what I do when it gets dreary at home in the winter:  go through my trip photos from the last year, and plan my trips for next year.   941 more words

Wildlife Watching