Why leave an elk horn on the ground when you could hang it from a tree? I don't know who did this . . . but it *was* only a short distance from a patrol cabin, and you know how bored those rangers get . . .
Slough Creek, Yellowstone NP, late September 2007.
Wacky update: I was back in the area in June 2008, and someone had taken the antler down (and away). Why? Who knows?
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