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Researchers look at key Yellowstone area elk migrations

Researchers look at key Yellowstone area elk migrations

Tens of thousands of elk move in masses from low, hilly country outside Yellowstone National Park into forested mountains and high meadows.

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Study: Wyoming wolves getting bad rap for elk decline

Stress from wolves may not be the reason behind a declining elk population near Cody, according to a study published today. The conclusion stands in contrast to previous research, which held that increased stress from wolves was behind a drop in the number of elk in the Yellowstone area.

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Yellowstone's migratory elk face ecological challenges

Yellowstone's migratory elk face ecological challenges

Busy highways and fences are seen as some of the greatest obstacles to the survival of migrating North American big game animals like caribou, deer, antelope and elk, cutting them off or redirecting them around traditional feed grounds.

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Study: Yellowstone trout decline pushes bears to elk calf diet

Study: Yellowstone trout decline pushes bears to elk calf diet

Fewer cutthroat trout in Yellowstone Lake could be part of the reason that elk herds migrating out of the park are declining.

May 14, 2013 5:01 pm Photos

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Study focuses on plight of migratory elk

Study focuses on plight of migratory elk

CODY — Though elk and other animals typically move from winter range to summer pastures to find better forage and to avoid predators, those benefits have mostly disappeared over the past decade for a group of migratory elk in Park County.

May 06, 2010 10:51 pmLoading…

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