To address growing numbers of native elk in California and heightened conflicts with public and private landowners, the Department of Fish and Wildlife released a first-ever comprehensive management plan that details recommendations for the state’s elk populations.

The draft plan, which is available for public comment through January, describes the unique difficulties of managing tule . . .

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