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Dispatchers relayed a possible four car crash involving as many as 15 elk.
The chef experiments with game on a regular basis, including elk, venison and rabbit.
Head into the wild on a helicopter safari in search of elk, moose, caribou, and badgers, then return to pre-dinner wine and cheese by the fire.
Witness wintering moose, bison, elk, fox, and bald eagles with beauty of the Tetons surrounding you.
For every hour of the day, an elk is eating around 50 minutes.
There is one published case of a veterinarian who was squirted in the eye with carfentanil after trying to sedate an elk (the vet experienced drowsiness, which resolved shortly after receiving a whopping dose of the antidote naltrexone).
Gwyn’s High Alpine on Snowmass—owned and operated by the same family for almost four decades—offers seriously fine dining (lobster and shrimp fondue, rack of elk) right on the slopes.
Overall, chemicals at grow sites threaten wildlife ranging from owls to bears to elk, Gabriel said.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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