Daily and seasonal habitat use by Roosevelt elk was investigated
in the Oregon Coast Range on managed, public forestland. Over 3,700
locations of 6 radio-collared cow elk were recorded during 12 consecutive
months. Two elk formed part of a north band and 4 elk were
part of a south band....
Seasonal movements, home ranges, core areas and habitat use patterns of hunted, migratory Roosevelt elk (Cervus elaphus roosevelti) were investigated on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington. Radio telemetry was used to obtain more than 3,100 locations of 9 elk from May 1984 - March 1985, and November - December, 1985. Radio-collared...
The Roosevelt elk (Cervus elephus roosevelti) is a
National Forest management indicator species on the westside
of the Cascade mountains, Western Oregon. A Habitat
Effectiveness model is used by State and Federal agencies to
evaluate elk habitat in the region. Concerns about the
model's lack of differentiation between winter and...