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The initial elk released came from Elk Island National Park (EINP) in Alberta, Canada.

What was the cause of the demise of the elk population in Tennessee?

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.

What was the sex and age composition of elk released into Tennessee?

Another source for elk was from the Elk and Bison Enclosure at Land Between the Lakes, a herd that also originated from EINP.

The initial elk released came from Elk Island National Park (EINP) in Alberta, Canada.

What was the cause of the demise of the elk population in Tennessee?

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.

What was the sex and age composition of elk released into Tennessee?

Another source for elk was from the Elk and Bison Enclosure at Land Between the Lakes, a herd that also originated from EINP.

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. Tennessee Strategic Elk Management Plan How long has it been since elk roamed wild in the state of Tennessee?