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For those parents and grandparents who prefer the role of spectator, Bryce has the perfect mountain layout.All slopes funnel down to one central area so you can keep an eye on your children while sipping hot cocoa on the back deck. This camera is occasionally obstructed by fog, ice or snow; we monitor it regularly and just ask you to check back often. A large deer with pale yellowish rump patch, small white tail, general reddish-brown body (chestnut-brown neck with a mane in males), and huge spreading antlers on males in late summer and autumn. How many elk have been reintroduced into Tennessee? The releases occurred as follows: Where did the elk come from that were released into Tennessee? Similar species Moose has a large overhanging snout and brown rump. Reasons for the extinction of elk in Tennessee and elsewhere in the eastern U. are over-exploitation by man, private ownership of land and habitat destruction. meadows (in summer), foothills, pains, and valleys. Usually seen in groups of 25 or more; both sexes together in winter, old bulls in separate groups during summer. Migrates up mountains in spring, down in fall; males shed antlers Feb.– March; velvet shed in Aug. Calf has high-pitched squeal when in danger; cow has similar squeal, also sharp bark when traveling with herd; males have high-pitched bugling call that starts with a low note and ends with a few low-toned grunts, heard during rutting season, especially at night. Apparently established on Afognak I., Alaska (not on map). The last historical record of an elk being sighted in Tennessee was in 1865 when one was reported to be killed in Obion County. May be seen commonly in following national parks: Grand Teton, Yellowstone, Olympic, Glacier, Rocky Mt., Banff, and Jasper; also other places where they have been introduced. How long has it been since elk roamed wild in the state of Tennessee?

For the safety of the animals the bulls had their antlers removed prior to transporting them to Tennessee and mature bulls were transported apart from the rest of the animals.

How large an area is the Tennessee elk restoration zone?

The elk restoration project calls for elk to be released in a 670,000 acre restoration zone located in Scott, Morgan, Campbell, Anderson and Claiborne counties, with the center of the zone being the North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area.

Will elk be considered for release in other areas of the state?

The present elk restoration zone was chosen since it contains a large amount of public land that has few agricultural crops and is composed of suitable habitat for elk.

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