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Our National Elk Herds

United States. Dept. of Agriculture.

Our National Elk Herds

A Program For Conserving the Elk on National Forests About the Yellowstone National Park.

by United States. Dept. of Agriculture.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

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SeriesUsda Department Circular -- 51
ContributionsGraves, H., Nelson, E.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21753708M

elk. Coyote packs mostly prey on elk calves, though they can sometimes take a winter-weakened adult. In the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem which includes Yellowstone National Park, bears are the most significant predators of calves. Major predators in Asia include the wolf, dhole, brown bear, Siberian tiger, Amur Leopard, and Snow Leopard. EurasianFile Size: KB. Our elk herds are in better shape today than they have been in thirty years! For hunters interested in whitetail deer hunting, we have some super bucks and Boone and Crockett will confirm that the Flathead National Forest is one of the largest producers of trophy whitetail deer on public land in the country.

Report on investigations of the elk herds in the Yellowstone regions of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Submitted to the U. S. Dept. Agr. Biol. Surv. and Forest Serv. 59 p. On file, Yellowstone National Park.   He made his case for phasing out the artificial feeding of elk in his critically-acclaimed book, Where Elk Roam: Conservation and Biopolitics of Our National Elk Herd.

  Seeing an elk is still a rare sight in Oklahoma, but not as rare as it used to be. The elk population is growing in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation conducted a helicopter survey in and estimated 3, free-ranging elk statewide, said Dallas Barber, the big game biologist for the Wildlife Department. Today, Barber said he would estimate Oklahoma’s statewide elk. Those assertions are explored in depth in the book “Where Elk Roam: Conservation and Biopolitics of Our National Elk Herd” by biologist Bruce Smith, who worked at the Elk Refuge for 22 years. The threat of CWD also is explored in an ongoing investigative series published at Mountain Journal which you can read by clicking here.


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Our National Elk Herds by United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Our National Elk Herds: A Program for Conserving the Elk on National Forests about the Yellowstone National Park; Volume No [Henry Solon Graves, Enoch W (Enoch Wesley) Nelson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Bauer discusses elk and humans, the National Elk Refuge and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. He points out that habitats can support only a limited number of elk; in the absence of predators, legal hunting is the sole practical means of population control/5(5).

Where Elk Roam is the first book published for a general audience about the elk of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, since Olaus Murie's Elk of North America 60 years ago. This first person account mixes personal stories and field experiences of the National Elk Refuge biologist () with the details of this iconic elk herd's ecology, and the role that socio-economics plays in its management and Cited by: 7.

His latest book, Where Elk Roam: Conservation and Biopolitics of Our National Elk Herd (), chronicles his 22 years studying and managing Jackson Hole's famous migratory elk herd.

And inlook for Life on the Rocks: Our National Elk Herds book Portrait of the American Mountain Goat. This will be a continental look at the natural history and conservation. Where Elk Roam book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Start by marking “Where Elk Roam: Conservation and Biopolitics of Our National Elk Herd” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving Conservation and Biopolitics of Our National Elk Herd.

Write a review. Rick Reitzug rated it liked it/5. Our national elk herds: a program for conserving the elk on national forests about the Yellowstone National Park by Graves, Henry Solon, ; Nelson, E. (Enoch Wesley), "Where Elk Roam: Conservation and Biopolitics of our National Elk Herd" is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand in plain English the complexities and challenges of trying to do the right thing for our nation's signature herd at the National Elk Refuge."5/5(4).

Sharing the grand stage of the world’s first national park were herds of elk, regal beasts with dark manes, sweeping antlers, and sculpted bodies three or four times the size of the white-tailed. Mills, H. Observations on the Yellowstone elk herd during the winter reduction program of USDI National Park Service.

19 pp. Mills, H. Observations on Yellowstone elk. Mammal. Moir, A. Carrying capacity of range of northern Yellowstone elk herd outside the Park boundary. Mont. We're coming to southwestern Utah the first couple of weeks in September with plans to visit all five national parks.

The closer it gets, though, the more we are wondering where we might get a chance to see elk and other wildlife. We've been to YNP and RMNP for the past 3 years and have saw lots of elk, and frankly, it's our favorite sight to see out west.

Where elk roam: conservation and biopolitics of our national elk herd. [Bruce L Smith] Where Elk Roam: Conservation and Biopolitics Read more User-contributed reviews.

Tags. Add tags for "Where elk roam: conservation and biopolitics of our national elk herd". Be the first. Similar Items. Related Subjects: (19) Smith, Bruce L., -- Get this from a library.

Where elk roam: conservation and biopolitics of our national elk herd. [Bruce L Smith] -- One of the world & rsquo;s largest and most social deer species, elk & mdash;with their five- to eight-hundred-pound tawny bodies, sweeping antlers, and.

Where Elk Roam: Conservation and Biopolitics of our National Elk Herd is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand in plain English the complexities and challenges of trying to do the right thing for our nation's signature herd at the National Elk Refuge." Mike.

The Yellowstone / Grand Teton region has an elk population of aro animals from 7 to 8 herds. The Jackson Elk Herd is the most significant of the elk herds in this region. The Jackson Elk Herd winters between late October and early April in the National Elk.

The History of the National Elk Refuge The Jackson Elk Herd historically wintered and migrated through what is now the town of Jackson. At the turn of the 20th century, development began which ultimately affected migratory routes. Elk got into trouble by invading rancher's haystacks and competing with cattle in grazing for natural grasses.

1 January Where Elk Roam: Conservation and Biopolitics of Our National Elk Herd Bruce Smith has written a very readable and entertaining book about the elk herds that inhabit the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, most particularly those that winter on the National Elk Refuge adjacent to the town of Jackson, : Gerry Wright.

It was highlighted, too, in an acclaimed book by Cole’s predecessor, former senior Elk Refuge biologist Bruce Smith, titled “Where Elk Roam: Conservation and Biopolitics of Our National Elk Herd. “I know the national and regional offices of the Fish and Wildlife Service were well aware of the concerns because in the s I helped Mike Hedrick draft a letter informing them,” Smith told me.

Where Elk Roam - Conservation and Biopolitics of our National Elk Herd. In his Where Elk Roam, biologist Bruce L. Smith, PhD, shares a labor of love and discovery (not to mention a sense of urgency) after 22 years of field research on the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.5/5.

Get this from a library. Our national elk herds: a program for conserving the elk on national forests about the Yellowstone National Park. [Henry Solon Graves; Enoch W Nelson]. Book Review: Where Elk Roam—Conservation and Biopolitics of Our National Elk Herd.

Bruce L. Smith, Lyons Press,Guilford, Connecticut, USA. vi pp. US$ ISBN ‐0‐‐‐8 (soft cover).Author: Jack Ward Thomas. — WI. OUR NATIONAL ELK HERDS: A. PROGRAM FOR CONSERVING THE ELK ON NATIONAL FORESTS ABOUT THE YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK. CONTENTS. Page. Page. Introduction 3 Pertinent facts regarding elk—Cont'd.

The remaining elk 3 Natural enemies The Yellowstone herds — 17 4 Specific problems 18 Attitude of the public 5 The northern group 19 The place of the elk 7 The Gailatin elk .Where Elk Roam is the first book published for a general audience about the elk of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, since Olaus Murie’s Elk of North America 60 years ago.

This first person account mixes personal stories and field experiences of the National Elk Refuge biologist () with the details of this iconic elk herd’s ecology, and the.All counties of the Pennsylvania Wilds are currently in the Yellow Phase for reopening Pennsylvania amid COVID Please use appropriate precautions when traveling and refer to CDC events page has been temporarily suspended during this pandemic.

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