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Elk Calves; Point Reyes National Seashore

I’m biased in favor of predators. That’s why when I’m at Point Reyes I’m always looking for bobcats and coyotes.  If I’m lucky, maybe I’ll spot a badger.   149 more words

A Saturday Adventure

I spent some time along the coast on Saturday. We stopped in San Francisco to take some pictures of the Golden Gate Bridge from a direction not seen often. 150 more words


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


Pt. Reyes Tule Elk and Lichens

Yesterday we spent Friday at Pt. Reyes. We spent most of the time near the north end of the road to the Tomales Pt. trailhead. The Tule Elk were closer to road than usual which made for nice viewing and photography. 73 more words



Two moose crossing Snake River in the Grand Teton National Park. Photo by Daniel Cook. Tweeted by the US Department of the Interior, 10/3/16.

See these elk at Tule Elk San Luis National Wildlife Refuge. 141 more words


Tule Elk

California’s only endemic elk, Cervus candensis nannodes can be found at Point Reyes National Seashore and 21 other areas of California.  This is remarkable for a species that was once thought to be extirpated. 418 more words