I was heading into the Rocky Mountains, near Divide Colorado, when I passed a large elk herd grazing in a pasture. I actually drove about 2 miles past them when I thought…”what the heck! I don’t see a large elk herd that often!” So, I turned around to get this video.
I didn’t see any large bull elk, but it was daybreak, and it was a little hard to see. Actually, after watching the video during editing, I did see several bull elk, but it’s hard to see how big they are.
It’s kind of funny because other cars started slowing down to see what I was watching. It’s like when you look up into the sky at nothing, to see if other people will look up also to see what you’re looking at. It’s all cool though. Most everyone I know in Colorado loves to see these elk herds.
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2 thoughts on “Elk Herd | Divide Colorado”
What a lovely article! I really do enjoy watching wildlife and this is really a fabulous elk herd! I am really glad that we live in an era where we can still see such beauties; I hope this continues to be the case for a long time yet! Great recommendation with the Sony RX100 VII Premium Compact Camera – I’ll certainly take a peek. Thanks! 🙂
I agree about being able to see these magnificent animals and I love living in Colorado where there are more to see, amongst the great secnery.