Posted by: Sandy Steinman | April 23, 2021

Why California’s Tule Elk population may be declining | KRON4

Kron4 reports

The National Park Service says the Tule Elk’s population declined in 2020, likely due to drought conditions impacting the elk’s food.

An annual census count found about 150 Tule Elks living on Point Reyes National Seashore have died likely due to drought conditions.

Read more at  Why California’s Tule Elk population may be declining | KRON4


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