Teton's Native Pilgrims, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, elk, photo

Teton's Native Pilgrims

Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Each morning a few elk herds make the pilgrimage across the Snake River for the safety of the woods. The young may need to swim, but all make the trek with the Bull Elk herding them on. This is one of my favorite scenes. Not only just the backdrop of the mountain and catching the herd, but also the feelings that come from witnessing it as well. What a scene! If you have a moment watch the video below.  

Watch our video of the elk making their crossing at Photo © copyright by Lance B. Carter.

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