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    Seymour Watershed elk

    https://www.tricitynews.com/local-ne...p7B5boBnnZW4NQ

    Roosevelt Elk have been captured on camera in the Seymour watershed, possibly migrating from the Squamish/Indian river area. Pretty great to see. And of course, wolves are coming in as well.

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    Re: Seymour Watershed elk

    Great to see the success of these transplants working.
    These are a few of things done right.
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    Re: Seymour Watershed elk

    Quote Originally Posted by Imdone View Post
    Great to see the success of these transplants working.
    These are a few of things done right.
    Do you understand why the elk projects took place???

    Its a distraction paid for by bc hydro for permission to install numerous run of the river projects destroying other habitat..

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    Re: Seymour Watershed elk

    There are elk popping up all over the place, have pictures of them on Sumas mountain and there is a batchelor herd hanging out on farmland in Deroche right now.

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    Re: Seymour Watershed elk

    Quote Originally Posted by spock View Post
    There are elk popping up all over the place, have pictures of them on Sumas mountain and there is a batchelor herd hanging out on farmland in Deroche right now.
    That’s pretty cool I saw the vid/pics of the ones at Deroche
    And as before there’s pockets of elk up the Chilliwack river road ... very nice to see.

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    Re: Seymour Watershed elk

    It'll be fun to read about wolves nipping the asses of those granola munchers on the north shore.
    Seymour has always done a great job.
    1. Human over population
    2. Government burden and overreach

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    Re: Seymour Watershed elk

    Quote Originally Posted by adriaticum View Post
    It'll be fun to read about wolves nipping the asses of those granola munchers on the north shore.
    Seymour has always done a great job.
    LOL, I hike and bike up to the dam regularly. I hope to see elk soon, but so far all I've seen are blacktails, grouse and bears. I wish I was allowed beyond the fence, it's thick with wildlife up there.
    Last edited by kolofardos; 01-27-2023 at 06:34 PM.
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    Re: Seymour Watershed elk

    Quote Originally Posted by kolofardos View Post
    LOL, I hike and bike up to the dam regularly. I hope to see elk soon, but so far all I've seen are blacktails, grouse and bears. I wish I was allowed beyond the fence, it's thick with wildlife up there.
    I used to as well until I moved to Slurrey
    1. Human over population
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    Re: Seymour Watershed elk

    Before the slide it was a killer river for fishing. Empty people and full of fish.
    Your asking in the wrong place. This is the tinfoil hat capital of the internet

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    Re: Seymour Watershed elk

    Quote Originally Posted by Treed View Post
    Before the slide it was a killer river for fishing. Empty people and full of fish.
    used to fish up there in the ‘80s and do well for steelies. Had the place to myself most days.

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