Woodring Farm Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Be warned: You won’t be alone. It’s a thrill to see a Pennsylvania elk at any time. But unquestionably the best time—and most popular time—to see them is in the fall. Starting in September, males, called bulls, go into the “rut.” That’s the breeding season.
They become different animals then. They go on the hunt for females, or cows, and herd them into groups. It’s not uncommon for a dominant bull to have a dozen or more ladies grouped together at a time. He’ll guard them jealously against others who might try to sneak off with a few, too."