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AcronymDefinition
ELKEvangelisch Lutherische Kirche (German: Evangelical Lutheran Church)
ELKExtension Language Kit
ELKEnvironmental Learning for Kids (est. 1996; Denver, CO)
ELKEarly Literacy in Kindergarten (education)
ELKEiropas Lietu Komisijas (Latvian: European Affairs Committee)
ELKEvangeliese-Lutherse Kerk
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Since 2013, several articles have been written in an effort to return elk to Slovak forests.
As a lifelong sportsman, I am proud to work with our state and federal partners to make elk restoration in West Virginia a success story, said Gov.
Will Towle is a highly successful DIY public-land elk hunter who earned his bowhunting chops on wary East Coast whitetails.
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Virginia and Kentucky not only have worked out their differences over elk management, but Kentucky actually shipped 85 of the animals to Virginia between 2012 and 2014.
However, there is a backup plan, and that is hunting elk from a treestand.
Kentucky, Kansas, Nebraska, North Carolina, Michigan, Missouri, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin have all initiated programs to transplant or rebuild elk herds.
These are transplanted Manitoban elk (Cervus elaphus manitobensis), whose natural range includes Manitoba and eastern Saskatchewan.
In addition, elk responses to predation risk may include changes in vigilance, grouping patterns, habitat selection, or distributions (Gude et al.
Every Elk who has passed is recognized every day at 11.
Subsequent examination of the sites where the elk were killed led the troopers to determine that another dead cow elk was concealed and left at the scene.
Hehaka Sapa or Black Elk (1863-1950) lived one of the most controversial lives of the 20th century.