I think this years record snowfall and snow melt, along with daily rain showers made quite an impact on the vegetation available to the grazing wildlife of Rocky Mountain National Park. I have never seen so many healthy happy babies in the years I have been going there. Love the babies and seeing so many was one of the best parts of my trip this year.
|This fawn and its mother walked right in front of us. The mother quickly ran off and left the fawn staring at us for a few seconds before following its mothers cue|
|Took this in the early evening when a large herd came down for the evening to graze. These little ones had a lot of energy bottled up after a day of napping and I was glad to watch them unleash their energy.|
|This one was extremely curious of us and showed no fear. We seem to notice many of the elk and moose ignoring people this year, We witnessed the Timber Creek Campground as it was "invaded" by a group of elk and walked around campsites and giving the campers a close-up view and some great stories to tell their friends.|
|Watching his fans|
|Sorry had to include another...those eyes!|
|More playtime photos|
I took 1000's of photos on this trip and if you want to take the time to look at them please feel free. The ones posted on this site are available for purchase and will be adding more soon.
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