The Point Reyes National Seashore will take another look at the way it manages tule elk on Tomales Point, citing unprecedented drought impacts. The fenced-in herd continued to die off this year, the latest elk census shows, and the park is facing pressure from animal rights activists over its hands-off management strategy. Last week, months after the park . . .

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