A couple IR shots.

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    Where are these?
     
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    NW Trek.
     
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    is that anywhere near seattle?
     
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    About 6 miles North of Eatonville. 40 mile trip or so from Seattle. They have a website that will give you directions.
     
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    Very nice.....WOW
     
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    I love the first one. The buffalo looks so.. secluded all by himself.
    Is this a farmers buffalo or are they free range?
    We have a park here with thousands of buffalo. They're 'free range' but are fenced in so they dont roam the highways.
     
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    It's a fenced 640 acres that they share with elk, deer, and other NW animals. There are about 20 bison in the area. This was a male and they tend to like seclusion.
     
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    OFG - Nice work. I like these a lot, especially the second one. I had it up on my monitor while I was describing the forum to some friends last night, and we all were enjoying it, so thanks for sharing. This is slightly embarassing, but none of us even knew that bison still existed, so you've educated us too. (I know, we should get out more, but here in Manhattan we don't get much wildlife) :):)
     
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    Nice to know that the NW TreK is still there. Haven't been there in 25+ years. That second one is very nice.
     
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    Both are beautiful, but the second is great.
    Dani
     
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    Thanks everyone.
     

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