Not-so-wild wapitiIt's elk hunting season, and they've been spotted in big numbers in Willard. In fact, people are shooting dozens of elk at a time -- with a camera.Denny Schwartz, of Brigham City, noticed the large herd about three weeks ago. "I think it's just neat to see them," he said. "I haven't stopped until today, but I wanted to send my friend a picture."It's easy to see the elk, because they're a domestic herd in a fenced pasture along U.S. 89, north of Pettingill's Fruit Stand and across the street from an LDS church building.Signs on the fence say the elk belong to White Peaks Ranch which, according to the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food website, is registered to Weber County resident Randy Marriott. Marriott didn't return phone calls from the Standard-Examiner about the herd, but Cody James is familiar with the operation."Mr. Marriott recently asked if he could put up that new fence, and make his elk facility a little bigger," said James, who serves as the livestock inspection bureau chief for the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food. "I got my first chance to look at that about two weeks ago, and the facility is amazing. He has large bulls, and good-looking cows."