I got way , way ! too close to a Moose in Yellowstone Nat. Park once.
I thought I saw one go in too a birch thicket,
funny thing about birch thicket is,
when you are 50 feet inside of one,
it looks like wall paper all around you , your eyes go a little nuts, very disorienting
I stopped to listen for him ( the moose)
and while looking around
there were irregularities in the black and white
wall paper ,
I had to really focus ,
turns out I was only 40 feet from the giant beast
again about 70 feet too close. This message has been edited. Last edited by: bendable,
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Neck Ties, Hats and ammo brass, Never ,ever touch'em w/o asking first
A black bear isn't afraid of you, but at the same time usually would rather not have to interact with you either. Just don't get between a mother and her cubs...
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Big fella, great pictures.
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THAT is a big and old boar! Just check out the old/yellow teeth.
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