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I am planning a 5 day, strictly photography, trip to Rocky Mountain National Park towards the end of September - early October time frame. Will be camping at the park, so I will be able to get up early and stay our late. Was planning on driving around looking for wildlife during the day, and most likely set up at a lake or something in the mornings and evenings and just watch for wildlife. Was wondering if any of yall had ideas on certain places to go, what are the good places to set up with a tripod and wait, or are there good locations to hike around where there are good opportunities to shoot? Looking for anything bear, moose, elk, bobcat, and birds. I know more of the moose are on the west side of the park, have seen some just by staying on the road and watching the willows and marshy area. Would anyone recommend walking back into areas on the west side that you can't see from the road?
Will be shooting with a 600mm, plus have the option for the 1.4x teleconvertor. So please give me your thoughts and experiences.