Monthly Archives: December 2014

Corvids on Carcass

The elk killed ten days ago now looks like a carcass:  a gnawed on, ripped up, gutted decaying corpse that holds little resemblance to the graceful ungulate that walked and grazed with her herd so recently. Now she is undergoing … Continue reading

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Hunters II: The hunt

The carcass lay in the small stream below the pond. It’s a harsh word for the once graceful animal, a young cow elk whose small head and hooves made me think she’d only lived a short two years. Carcass. Her … Continue reading

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