“Somewhere in Time”

Since: Dec 09

Cannon, KY

#1 Mar 8, 2012
Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it! Kill it!
AllRighty Then

Heidrick, KY

#2 Mar 8, 2012
no i'm not gonna kill it, the only way it will be gettin shot is with a wildlife camera,if we went around shootin every one we seen there would be none.

“Somewhere in Time”

Since: Dec 09

Cannon, KY

#3 Mar 8, 2012
AllRighty Then wrote:
no i'm not gonna kill it, the only way it will be gettin shot is with a wildlife camera,if we went around shootin every one we seen there would be none.
I'm just kidding silly, I would make a pet out of him.

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

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#4 Mar 8, 2012
AllRighty Then wrote:
no i'm not gonna kill it, the only way it will be gettin shot is with a wildlife camera,if we went around shootin every one we seen there would be none.
Were did you you snap this shot? Just generally... was wondering if it was in Knox as It would be a great thing if the herds have grown and are expanding since they were implanted...
AllRighty Then

Heidrick, KY

#5 Mar 8, 2012
The Specialist wrote:
<quoted text>I'm just kidding silly, I would make a pet out of him.
yea thats what i am trying to do, i have seen him and 1 cow elk so far they love corn..
AllRighty Then

Heidrick, KY

#6 Mar 8, 2012
Quantummist wrote:
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Were did you you snap this shot? Just generally... was wondering if it was in Knox as It would be a great thing if the herds have grown and are expanding since they were implanted...
ya he is in knox county around barbourville.
Johnnywho

Barbourville, KY

#7 Mar 8, 2012
Quantummist wrote:
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Were did you you snap this shot? Just generally... was wondering if it was in Knox as It would be a great thing if the herds have grown and are expanding since they were implanted...
They are already in Knox...Up on stinking creek/big creek area they knock over fences like bull dozers. Head up to one of the strip mine areas, you'll see plenty of them.

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

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#8 Mar 8, 2012
Johnnywho wrote:
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They are already in Knox...Up on stinking creek/big creek area they knock over fences like bull dozers. Head up to one of the strip mine areas, you'll see plenty of them.
That means the herd is thriving. I know the bear population is going way up.. Saw a trophy sized black bear over north of the Falls... Now if we can get some wolves, badgers and beavers coming back ....
Johnnywho

Barbourville, KY

#9 Mar 8, 2012
Quantummist wrote:
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That means the herd is thriving. I know the bear population is going way up.. Saw a trophy sized black bear over north of the Falls... Now if we can get some wolves, badgers and beavers coming back ....
Beaver are everywhere...I mean everywhere. River otter are showing up in some places in Knox. Badgers I don't think are found in this area...they seem to live in the flatlands.

“Somewhere in Time”

Since: Dec 09

Cannon, KY

#10 Mar 9, 2012
Johnnywho wrote:
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Beaver are everywhere...I mean everywhere. River otter are showing up in some places in Knox. Badgers I don't think are found in this area...they seem to live in the flatlands.
I've always found it quite amazing, how those little Beaver's can build those dam's better than human's could. It's a beautiful thing to me.

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

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#11 Mar 9, 2012
The Specialist wrote:
<quoted text>I've always found it quite amazing, how those little Beaver's can build those dam's better than human's could. It's a beautiful thing to me.
Ever hear of the Hoover Dam?
shawn

Barbourville, KY

#12 Mar 9, 2012
Johnnywho wrote:
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Beaver are everywhere...I mean everywhere. River otter are showing up in some places in Knox. Badgers I don't think are found in this area...they seem to live in the flatlands.
that's nice to learn about the otters,the only ones i ever saw from here were made into pelts,never got to see a live one around here yet,maybe now I'll get to see some.i would like to know where you saw em,but posting that info may attract a poacher or two,so I'll just be checking the most likely spots.
weeser

Richmond, IN

#13 Apr 10, 2012
last spring out in bryants store are i saw two elk they are big and beautiful i truely miss knox co, and kentucky im coming back there someday to live its a beautiful part of the country
AllRighty Then

Manchester, KY

#15 Apr 29, 2012
Quantummist wrote:
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Were did you you snap this shot? Just generally... was wondering if it was in Knox as It would be a great thing if the herds have grown and are expanding since they were implanted...
it was taken just a cpl miles north of barbourville off of 25e. the herds must be doing very good.
wonder

Okolona, AR

#16 Apr 29, 2012
Quantummist wrote:
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That means the herd is thriving. I know the bear population is going way up.. Saw a trophy sized black bear over north of the Falls... Now if we can get some wolves, badgers and beavers coming back ....
When this area was first settled there was all kinds of such animals in these woods. But people hunted them out for food and pelts to sale for income. It's good to see them introduced again, but I wonder if there might not get to be an overpopulation. My land is already overrun with deer and you have to fence your garden. Also, a lot of people live in the mountains and may not get along too well with panthers, bears and wolves.

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

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#17 Apr 29, 2012
wonder wrote:
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When this area was first settled there was all kinds of such animals in these woods. But people hunted them out for food and pelts to sale for income. It's good to see them introduced again, but I wonder if there might not get to be an overpopulation. My land is already overrun with deer and you have to fence your garden. Also, a lot of people live in the mountains and may not get along too well with panthers, bears and wolves.
Always a problem of game management after you establish a reproducing population. Hopefully Kentucky's Natural resources folks will tailor the hunting permits to the population as it grows... Could be a good income source from the region if the population becomes large enough to draw hunters from outside the state...

The Elk herd they implanted in Northern Michigan is a cash cow for the locals up there. During season everybody gears up in the little town and roads to supply sporting goods, restaurants, camp supplies and groceries... Plus it was around a 1000 tags given out in the lottery when I was up there at 10 bucks to apply and 35 bucks if you draw a tag... Michigan paid for winter feed and manpower to manage the herd without a dime from tax payers (or Animal Rights folks)...



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