“Elk Watershed” photograph by naturalist Neal Maine
January 2021 Coastal elk in the Seaside Necanicum Estuary
Elk will “shake” out their coats to get rain water off their coats. During most periods of heavy rain they get into the thickest cover they can find in order to escape the pelting they would receive if exposed. During extremely high winds they may hunker down in the open favoring driving rain over falling trees.
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“To start with an inspiration from the woods, add the raw materials and manipulate the progress through stages to an artful conclusion, this is my passion as a craftsman. The challenge is to seek the the essence of wood and convey its form, space, texture, color and motion.” SB
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