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Published on Jan 15, 2011
My wife and I took a trip out to Jewell, Oregon Wildlife Reserve on January 15th 2011 when there wasn't any snow on the roads and the weather was fairly mild to go see the Roosevelt Elk at this quite location out in the middle of no where in the small town of Jewell, Oregon. The Elk usually hang out in the pastures from late November to late April, which is during the times when the oregon fish and game purposely supplies bails of hay for the Elk to eat during the winter months when their natural food source is depleted. They come back year after year, multiplying and replenishing with new off spring. Oregon fish and game transports Elk to different regions and nearby states each year, to keep the heard populations balanced, so they can continue to feed them each year while keeping them healthy and happy until hunting season. haha!