Elk in Wyoming

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Elk in Wyoming

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It happens late every autumn, when the lower slopes of Wyoming's Grand Tetons begin to blaze with leaves of burnt orange and bright vermillion. That's the vivid backdrop for an estimates 7,500 of these deer "cousins" that winter in the nearly 25,000-acre National Elk Refuge near Jackson Hole. Snowfall in the high country prompts the elk to move from their summer ranges to lower elevations.

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