If you find an elk wallow in one area, are other wallows likely in the same area?
Do wallows typically remain in the same area year after year?
As it relates to topography - are wallows typically partially up a steep grade, such as 3/4 of the way between a valley and the top of the canyon - or can they be found in the canyon floor and/or on top of the canyon edge?
Is a wallow to an elk - like a scape is to a whitetail deer?
Do cows get into wallows?
Will a cow come to a wallow and check for bulls like a whitetail doe will come to a scrape and leave scent for bucks?
Going this fall... archery in late September and I need knowledge from you folks.... please help!!!