May 07, 2015 by guest
Two experts on grazing offer their opinion on why cattle should be barred from public lands.
May 07, 2014 by Elizabeth Devitt
How do you relocate a 1,000-pound bull? Wildlife officials truck California's "homegrown elk" to new sanctuaries.
October 17, 2008 by Jody Zaitlin
You can still see tule elk, the smallest of North America's elk, fighting for territory, mating, and raising their young in the Bay Area.
June 09, 2008 by Rick Bacigalupi
An inspiring comeback: Recovering from near extinction in the 1870s, California’s tule elk populations have increased substantially. They can be ...
January 01, 2008 by John Muir Laws
In a few spots in the Bay Area, you can get a glimpse of our state's signature grazer: the tule elk.
January 01, 2008 by Joe Eaton
You might be taken by surprise at this marshland wildlife area, with its plethora of wandering elk, playful otters, acrobatic owls, and diverse waterfowl. Just be sure it's not hunting season when you go.
July 01, 2007 by David Carroll
The 19th-century cattle baron Henry Miller (not the noted California author of the same name), who once had an estate ...
January 01, 2004 by Matthew Bettelheim
To learn more about ancient megafauna and efforts to protect and restore the Bay Area’s megafauna:
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October 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan
October is the final month of tule elk rutting season, when the males fight it out for dominance and the ...