Bugling elk can now be watched live on your computer screen, all thanks to Pennsylvania’s newest live streaming camera.
There’s nothing more impressive than the haunting sound of a bugling elk during the mating season. And now, thanks in part to the Pennsylvania Game Commission, you can take in all of the thrilling action by simply turning on your computer.
A live streaming video camera has been installed on State Game Lands 311 in Elk County, positioned overlooking a field that typically provides above-average elk activity. The live feed can be found here.
With help from the state Bureau of Forestry and the Northcentral Regional Planning and Development Commission, the live stream will be up until the end of the bugling season, which generally occurs in mid-October.
A popular destination for hunters and nature lovers alike, Pennsylvania is home to an estimated 1,000 elk.