Elk Grazing Near Premier lake, 1966: 0158.0007
0158.0007: Elk Grazing Near Premier lake, 1966
Two of the above elk stopped, they must have got my scent. They stamped their feet, both hind and front. The bigger cow gave out a bark, then three barks at intervals of two minutes. The other elk came off the hill, returned to her and they moved out to the west ridge. This is far more sport than shooting game. (Possibly Premier Lake area). Part of large album, Jr Fish and Gamers
Medium: Photograph - Image
Date: April 24, 1966
Collection: Kimberley District Heritage Society (0158)
Subjects:Natural History Animals Elk
Physical Features Lakes Premier Lake
Associations Kimberley Jr. Fish and Game Club
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