Volunteers Selected for Elk Reduction Program
Letters are in the mail to 240 potential volunteers who will assist Theodore Roosevelt National Park with its elk reduction program this fall and winter. Packets were mailed on Tuesday to a fraction of the people who had applied to volunteer for the program.
"The response to our request for volunteer team members was excellent," said Superintendent Valerie J. Naylor. "We look forward to a successful elk reduction effort this fall."
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Golden eagles may be seen in Theodore Roosevelt National Park year-round. Keen observers may spot their nests along the cliffs of the badlands. More...