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For the safety of the animals the bulls had their antlers removed prior to transporting them to Tennessee and mature bulls were transported apart from the rest of the animals. For each release approximately 75% of the elk were cows and 25% were bulls.Why remove elk that wander out of the restoration zone?Elk have the potential to cause crop and property damage if they occur in areas that have large amounts of row crops and/or have large numbers of people. Similar species Moose has a large overhanging snout and brown rump. Reasons for the extinction of elk in Tennessee and elsewhere in the eastern U. are over-exploitation by man, private ownership of land and habitat destruction. There is no one specific reason that accounts for the demise of elk in Tennessee.All elk brought into Tennessee for release go through strict disease testing prior to release.

Areas outside of the zone may be incompatible to both people and elk so it is imperative that elk remain in the restoration zone. It is difficult to say how far elk will travel as their movement patterns are largely determined by habitat.

May be seen commonly in following national parks: Grand Teton, Yellowstone, Olympic, Glacier, Rocky Mt., Banff, and Jasper; also other places where they have been introduced. How long has it been since elk roamed wild in the state of Tennessee?

Young Born May-June; normally 1, rarely 2; gestation period about 8 1/2 months. There have been numerous attempts to reestablish them, some successful, others not.

At some future time (and after evaluation of this initial restoration effort), the agency may evaluate the feasibility of restoration in other areas. An observation tower has been constructed on Hatfield Knob at the Sundquist Unit of the North Cumberland WMA.

However, no specific plans exist at this time to restore elk in other areas. https://tnwf.org/elk-viewing-tower/ Will elk bring diseases to other Tennessee wildlife or to domestic livestock and pets?

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