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Bull elk rubbing its antlers in the grass near the...

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Caption: Bull elk rubbing its antlers in the grass near the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel
Scientific name: Cervus canadensis
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
Copyright: © Janet Horton
Photographer Code: 091516-26-ElkBull
AGPix ID: AGPix_jhorton_8684
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Comments: The elk actually dig their antlers through bushes, shrubs and grass making them look larger and more threatening to rivals and more impressive to potential mates.

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Young grape vines in an Autumn rain near Hood River, Oregon, USA.  They are protected by vine covers which also accelerate growth. Placing vine shelters around transplants, or retrofitting to existing young plants creates an ideal environment for vines to grow. Field studies of vine shelters have have shown increased growth rates of 100 - 150%.
© Janet Horton
Young grape vines in an Autumn rain near Hood River, Oregon, USA.  They are protected by vine covers which also accelerate growth. Placing vine shelters around transplants, or retrofitting to existing young plants creates an ideal environment for vines to grow. Field studies of vine shelters have have shown increased growth rates of 100 - 150%.
© Janet Horton