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Elk migrating towards Yellowstone National Park in late June (6/30/2015 10:10:10AM). This specific location is in the Shoshone National Forest in western Wyoming. These elk winter on private ranchlands far from Yellowstone, but migrate over the mountains to Yellowstone National Park for the summer, park boundaries create significant issues for wildlife like these elk, which are being highlighted during the 100yr anniversary of the National Park Service in 2016. This photo was made with a motion triggered camera trap, the elk did not know that they were being photographed....

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