Bull Elk Bugling during fall rut in Estes Park CO
Bulls have a loud vocalization consisting of screams known as bugling, which can be heard for miles. Bugling is often associated with an adaptation to open environments such as parklands, meadows, and savannas, where sound can travel great distances. Females are attracted to the males that bugle more often and have the loudest call. Bugling is most common early and late in the day and is one of the most distinctive sounds in nature, akin to the howl of the gray wolf.
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Posted on October 1, 2011, in Wildlife Fine Art and tagged 'bull elk', 'Estes Park', 'rutting season', bugle, bugling, bull, Co, Colorado, elk, elkfest, rutting, Wildlife. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.