Autumn is a fine time to spot Roosevelt Elk

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Jewell Oregon

On a nice autumn day I drove to the Jewell Meadows Wildlife Area on the western slopes of the Coastal Mountains. It’s managed by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife to provide winter habitat and supplemental feeding for wild Roosevelt Elk.

A series of open pastures border a paved road, offering good views of up to 200 Elk during winter and spring.

Reasonable-sized Bull Elk

I was lucky enough to spot some Elk fairly close to the road. They are usually far back from the viewing areas.

On the return drive I stopped and took a photo of Vernonia Lake, always a nice spot to visit in the fall.

Scratching an itch

My Favorite Model at our favorite winery


Vernonia Lake

Youngster on the hunt for food

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