Elk in your woods

 The bugle of the wild

Imagine seeing a massive bull elk bugling his heart out on a foggy autumn morning, the sound echoing through the surrounding woodlands. These charismatic grazers, among the largest members of the deer family, lend gravitas to any landscape they inhabit. If elk are living in your woodland, you have very likely seen them grazing at the forest edge, heard them bugling, or seen them jousting with their enormous antlers during breeding season. Their range has been constricted by human land use changes, but there are ways you can help provide habitat for elk in your woodland.  Find out more about elk:

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