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Hunter Uses Wheelchair to Drag Elk

"Nothing slows down Ashlee Lundvall. A member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, she suffered a paralyzing ranching accident at age 16 but that doesn’t keep her from doing what she loves. For example, take her most recent elk hunt. “Our persistence paid off- finally got the job done this morning! So incredibly thankful for this harvest and the meals it will provide for my family,” she wrote on her Facebook page on December 13. “So proud to be a hunter!”"

Bull Elk Puts On His Best Mud Wallow Suit For Rut.

"Mud wallows are one of the more dramatic signs of elk presence and activity. Not only do they look impressively chaotic and dynamic, but they often smell as prominently as the appear.'

"Elk will urinate and defecate in a mud wallow, and roll and slop around in it to cover themselves in the odiferous mixture."

"In doing so, they cover themselves with a scent that is the elk equivalent of a man’s cologne. If cow elk roll in the wallow, it’s a sign that they too are interested in what a bull has to offer."