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Wildlife managers in northwestern Colorado have had difficulty accurately estimating numbers of subadult male elk (Cervus elaphus) by sampling winter population densities and sex ratios. We investigated emigration and survival of telemetered 2-year-old male elk in a trophy hunting area in a northwestern Colorado Game Management Unit (GMU) to evaluate management strategies. We hypothesized that skewed numbers of males resulted from high subadult mortality or dispersal of subadult males. We used telemetered elk and Kaplan-Meier staggered entry methods to estimate emigration probability of 0.56 and 0.33 in 1995 and 1996, respectively. Maximum distances moved by emigrants from their capture point averaged 87 km (median...
Septicemic pasteurellosis in elk (Cervus elaphus ) on the United States National Elk Refuge, Wyoming.
Seroprevalence of Psoroptes sp. mites in free-ranging elk (Cervus elaphus) as determined by kinetic ELISA
Fluoride exposure in cervids inhabiting areas adjacent to aluminum smelters in Norway. II. Fluorosis
Epidemiology of paratuberculosis in wild ruminants studied by restriction fragment length polymorphysm in Czech Republic during the period 1995-1998
Forage biomass of 22 shrub species from Monfraguee Natural Park (SW Spain) assessed by log-log regression models