A few of the other animals around here.
A young Mulie buck.
A decent sized Whitetail.
He was delicious. As I recall he scored a bit over 150
There are a few Grizzly around. I found this one about 10 miles from my home.
Elk are getting almost as plentiful as the Deer. There were none here what I was growing up but a few were released here about thirty years ago and they've been doing very well since then.
Bull in farmland
In the south of the province they have Antelope. but that's 12 hours south of me. I've seen them a number of times but never hunted them.
There are also a few Woodland Caribou in the area. Estimates put the population between 50 and 100 in total.
I found this one about thirty miles to the south of me.
Another critter one doesn't see very often, a Wolverine. This one was four miles from my place.
And last but not least, for the larger critters, is this Woodland Bison. This one is part of the only remaining population of wild, pure blood, free roaming Bison in Canada.
I found this one about 12 hours north of where I live. There are some closer but those are also a long ways from where I live, about 4 hours north of me.
This big fellow was massive. He had to look down to see me in the cab of my 4x4 pickup. I figured he weighed a good 2,000 pounds.
We saw at least a dozen on a trip to Yellowknife NWT. They were hanging out on the shoulder of the highway all along the route. I suspect they chose that location because it offered the best chance of catching a breeze to keep the blood sucking insects at bay.