Want to see elk back on their native West Virginia range? Chief Logan State Park is offering tours in September and October at the Tomlin Wildlife Management Area, located nearby.
“There is a good chance tourists will see an elk or even hear a bull bugle,” Steve McDaniel, West Virginia Division of Natural Resources director, told the Williamson Daily News. “But even if they don’t, these tours are still something you don’t want to miss. The program is fun and informative, and the location and terrain amazing.”
Go here for cost, dates, times and other information.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation provided funding and volunteer manpower to assist with the elk reintroduction efforts.
(Photo source: Arizona Game and Fish Department)