By Rosemary Millette
Posturing, antler wrestling and bugling, all part of the ritualized mating behavior of male elk, establishes dominance over other males and attracts cows. The bugling sound is like no other in nature. This print shows very well that a distant bull has gotten the attention of the females, as well as the bull. This is a familiar sight on crisp fall mornings in meadows filled with aspen trees high in the Rocky Mountains.
This wrapped canvas print is printed using the Giclee process with vibrant, fade-resistant inks. Measures 24" x 19". Weighs 1 lb. 9.3 oz. Made in the U.S.A.