Endangered Cultures, Endangered Species, and the Law
- Lumping the elk. Schullery, P. // Country Journal;Jan1988, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p68
Discusses the Roosevelt elk found in the Mount Rainier area of Wash. state. Decline of the elk; Why the Roosevelt elk is now considered a subspecies rather than a species of elk.
- The call of the fall. Maxwell, Jessica // Audubon;Sep/Oct94, Vol. 96 Issue 5, p88
Focuses on the rainforest of the Olympic National Park in Washington state. Habitat of Roosevelt elks; Bugling of elks as a gesture of intimidation; Devastation of the Hoh Indian Reservation within the park by winter rains; Ban on timber harvest on state; Status of stream and wildlife protection.
- Hyper for Roosevelt elk. O'Kelly, Tim // Bowhunter;Sep98 Special Issue, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p47
Opinion. Focuses on the experience of an individual as a Roosevelt elk hunter in Oregon. Benefits of living in Oregon; Effort of the individual and his hunting partner in locating elk in the off season; Details on an encounter with a bull elk.
- Claustrophobic Elk. Adams, Chuck // Bowhunter;May/Jun2005, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p36
Focuses on hunting Roosevelt elk.
- Hunting the other elk. Van Zwoll, Wayne; Hancock, Dick // Field & Stream;Oct94, Vol. 99 Issue 6, p50
Offers tips on hunting Roosevelt elk in Washington's Olympic Peninsula. Elk as descendants of European red deer; Features of mature Roosevelt bull; Significance of rain in hunting; Test of will, stamina and patience; Elk tracks; Challenge of the environment; Selection of the right kind of...
- CAT-AND-MOUSE BULLS. Jones, Larry D. // Bowhunter;2005 Big Game Special, p97
Narrates the author's experience of Roosevelt elk hunting.
- Preschool to grade 4: Nonfiction. Manning, Patricia // School Library Journal;Oct97, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p118
Reviews the book `Teddy Roosevelt's Elk,' by Brenda Z. Guiberson.
- SEXUAL SEGREGATION IN ROOSEVELT ELK: CROPPING RATES AND AGGRESSION IN MIXED-SEX GROUPS. Weckerly, Floyd W.; Ricca, Mark A.; Meyer, Katherin P. // Journal of Mammalogy;Aug2001, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p825
Presents a study which examined adult males in a sexually segregated population of Roosevelt elk. Background of sexual segregation; Materials and methods used; Findings and discussion.
- National park looks to limited elk production. // Confederated Umatilla Journal;Nov2012, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p26
The article reports on the need for a limited elk reduction in Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota to ensure population growth within the target range of 100 to 400 animals, according to the U.S. National Park Service.