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Elk Viewing | Visit Pennsylvania – Complete Guide with Resources

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Did you know: The size of public land under "The Pennsylvania Wilds" is almost that of Yellowstone National Park? Wild elk still roam the heart of this land - their bugling calls echoing over the hills under the clearest night skies in all of Northeast USA. This guide is intended to orient visitors to Elk Country (part of PAwilds) in the right direction based on official resources (for planning visits, timing and locales) with valuable tips from personal experience.
Benezette, is the legendary elk viewing capital of "Elk Country" and Winslow Hill the hub of regional conservation efforts. A smaller herd of resident elk can also be seen in the nearby Sinnemahoning state park.
The best time to see elk in our opinion is the rut season in fall when the majestic bull elk are out sporting full antler racks, fighting for their harems. Although, the elk are around all year long in Benezette. Learn more about elk and the rut by checking out the below linked article. Here, we…

Hidden places to visit in Maine - 10 Best kept secrets

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"And every year, come harvest, the autumn winds rain gold down from the Canadian border - in silken, sugar maple ribbons over the great north woods... "

Experiencing fall in New England is a must if you are on the East coast and so, we chose October to visit Maine. The quiet, hidden beauty of Maine is hard to capture in words. It's one of the most sparsely populated states of the US and there lies one of it's greatest appeals. Experiencing fall in New England is a must if you are on the East coast and so, we chose October to visit Maine. The quiet, hidden beauty of Maine is hard to capture in words. It's one of the most sparsely populated states of the US and there lies one of it's greatest appeals. A huge percentage of the land in Maine is wilderness - a priceless commodity today. Partly thanks to the logging industry, with roots deep in history, the face of this region has slackened in keeping up with the urban culture of the developing world.


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