Elk (7 Point Bull Elk)
When Built: Unknown
Elk is the symbol of the community
It is made of six 45-gallon metal drums, four from its shoulders to its hind-quarters, and two in its belly. The frame consists of two rolls of chicken wire and 740 feet of rebar to provide stability. The outer shell is fibreglass.
That is me in the second picture above. Christine Malone took the
picture. Here is a close up of its face:
Ralph Berg has created the Prairie Rattlesnake/Western Meadow Lark , Mule Deer , Burrowing Owls , and Ord's Kangaroo Rats , all of which are in Leader, SK, the Prehistoric Bison in St. Louis, SK, the Deer in Biggar, SK, the Antelope and Goose in Cabri, SK, the Pronghorn Antelope in Cereal, AB, Snow Goose in Dunrea, MB, Gilbert the Golf Ball in Gilbert Plains, MB, Bunnock in Macklin, SK the Canvas-Backed Duck in Minnedosa, MB, the Ox in Paradise Hill, SK, the Northwest Mounted Policeman in Redvers, SK, and the Polar Bear in White Bear, SK.
Information Source: http://www.rrsd.mb.ca/onanole/onanolet.htm and Saskgolfer.com
Pictures Sources: Samson Yee and DMY