Activists carried 150 gallons of water and two troughs into the Tomales Point tule elk reserve on Sunday. The action was part publicity stunt: The organization believes the fence that encloses the herd should be taken down and that the park service has a mandate to truck in water when natural sources dry up.    David Briggs

Despite statements by Point Reyes National Seashore officials that the tule elk herd within the fenced enclosure at Tomales Point have an adequate natural water supply, activists are ringing an alarm. Last Sunday, around a dozen people took matters into their own hands, carrying buckets of water into the enclosure and filling troughs they brought with them. 

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