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2012/02/11 14:07:41 (permalink)


Has anyone seen the elk around the Benizette area? I'm thinking about taking a ride up there Monday.......Thanks, Dave

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    Erie Mako
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    RE: ELK 2012/02/11 20:31:54 (permalink)
    If you are asking if they are really there...YES.
    Have I seen any recently...NO, but only because I naven't been up that way for a couple of weeks!

    On the internet, EVERYONE is entitled to their opinion!
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    RE: ELK 2012/02/11 20:46:41 (permalink)
    You may want to look up some contact phone #s for the visitor center in Benezette before making a trip... or maybe check to see if there are any tourism websites for the area with phone numbers for contact. I'd be surprised if there are not any.
    There are definitely a lot of elk in that area, but don't know how much they move around with the colder weather and snow like this weekend. They may be hunkered down in the laurel or somewhere similar that keeps them out of the wind for a while. Unfortunately that would also keep them out of sight for tourists also.
    Send a holler out to RSB, I believe that's his neck of the woods.
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    RE: ELK 2012/02/12 09:58:19 (permalink)
    they are hangin in yards in weedville which is west of bennezett. lot of cows and calfs couple of bulls mixed in.
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    RE: ELK 2012/02/12 19:31:03 (permalink)
    I was up in mid Jan...saw about 30 elk right in Weedville sitting under pine trees in yards or eating grass
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