A herd of elk found some fast food at the Sun Valley Stables on Saturday, Feb. 8, dining on hay alongside the horses. During winter, elk typically venture to the valley floor in search of forage. This year’s light snow—less than 80 percent of average basinwide—has opened up hillside pastures rarely seen in February. But that doesn’t mean the elk won’t take an easy meal when they can find it—and they don’t mind four-legged company.
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