|Winslow Hill Bull|
Today there is a lot of high quality forage in elk country and there are a lot more elk than in 1995. Now it is relatively common so see large bachelor groups of bulls feeding in the food plots while they are less likely to be seen in town.
During my June trip, I saw two bulls along the road on Winslow Hill every day. The first was the 6x6 at the beginning of the post and the second is the bull below.
|Largest Bull Seen on Winslow Hill|
I spent most evenings on foot in remote areas and sometimes did not get back to the vehicle until well after dark. As usual I concentrated on taking video and carried a Panasonic FZ2500 on the tripod for that purpose, and a Canon 1DXMKII with the Canon 100-400mm IS II in a camera bag to take still images.
One evening I walked back a field road and came upon a fine bull. After taking video I put the still camera in action and captured several frames.
|5x5 Bull Pauses From Feeding|
|5x5 Bull Scents For Danger|
|Bachelor Group and Cow Share Food Plot|
|Seven Rack Bulls-One Spike|
|Mature 7x7-A Different Angle|
Originally published at Pennsylvania Wildlife Photographer by Willard Hill.