The Rocky Mountain elk is a subspecies of elk found in the Rocky Mountains and adjacent ranges of Western North America. The winter ranges are most common in open forests and floodplain marshes in the lower elevations. In the summer it migrates to the subalpine forests and alpine basins. The total wild population is about one million individuals. All Rocky Mountain elk in Washington State are the result of reintroductions conducted in the early 1900s from Yellowstone elk herds. These initial reintroductions have expanded their range and have also been translocated within the State.
| Rocky Mountain Elk|
| Elk "Bugle" Caller|
(locating and luring)
| Wolf "Elk Calf" Caller|
locating and luring
Rocky Mountain Elk Missions
||600||10 points means that the bull needs 5 points (ends) on each antler.|
|Rock and Roll||
||1200||12 points means that the bull needs 6 points (ends) on each antler.|
||3600||14 points means that the bull needs 7 points (ends) on each antler.|
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