Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Objectives 1) Description of daily and seasonal movements of elk (Cervus elaphus); 2) Identification of seasonally important habitat types and physiographic character of areas used for feeding, cover, mating, and calving; 3) Identification of damage to Park resources or property of adjoining landowners by elk; 4) Description of interactions between elk and other ungulates and identification of interactions that could detrimentally affect specific ungulate species; 5) Determination of human impacts on elk behavior and distribution in the Park; and 6) Description of elk age structure, productivity, and survivorship during 1987-88 and development of population goals that are consistent with Park management goals.
Irby, Lynn R.; Marlow, Clayton B.; Picton, Harold D.; and Westfall, Jerry A.
"Elk Movements, Habitat Use, and Population Dynamics in Theodore Roosevelt National Park,"
University of Wyoming National Park Service Research Center Annual Report: Vol. 11
, Article 24.
Available at: https://repository.uwyo.edu/uwnpsrc_reports/vol11/iss1/24