Wildlife viewing is one of the draws of the park and here soon after we started we saw an Elk. It didn't have horns and moved so fast I barely got a sharp picture of it.
We've used the book several times to identify birds we've seen
Al and Maureen joked that Al often literally almost runs into wildlife.
Soon after this Will and I are 100 yards ahead and we are looking off to the right of the trail at a clearing for more animals and I almost walk into a Wood Bison.
He is just hanging out about 5 feet from the trail so we just watch and wait.
Will really liked all the birch tree groves.
Finally we came across a young moose, this is the final type of large mammal in the park.
He didn't seem too spooked by us although we weren't nearly as close as we were to Benny.
His ears would perk up when we made funny noises.
Just a cool mushroom we stumbled upon. Whew caught up with all my blog posts, I need to get to bed. Might be a few days before anymore updates depending on our internet situation. We are heading to Grande Prairie and then through Dawson Creek and the start of the Alaskan Highway.