An experimental attempt this spring to relocate three young tule elk in the Point Reyes National Seashore from ranch lands to herds in wilderness areas met with mixed results. Two males quickly found their way back home, while one female remains in the wilderness.

The test was meant to help seashore staff evaluate a potential elk management . . .

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