It’s that time of year again. Early fall, when the leaves start to change and tourists get chased by wild animals in Yellowstone National Park, is truly a sight to behold. Now that it’s elk rutting season, aka when the bull elk are extra aggressive, the National Park Service strongly advises staying at least 25 yards from the animals.
It looks like this guy didn’t quite get the memo, and thankfully, no was hurt when the bull charged. When in doubt, just let the animals be.