Tule elk deaths at the fenced enclosure on Tomales Point over the past two years drew sharp criticism last week from the environmental nonprofit Center for Biological Diversity, which argued that the fate of the fenced elk showed why their movement should not be constrained at all in the park’s upcoming ranch management plan, which will address other . . .

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