Recent Examples of elk from the Web
The stores offer more than 100 varieties of premium jerky, including exotic meats such as kangaroo, alligator, venison and elk, as well as specialty flavors such as Cajun.
The elk is booting the common loon off Michigan's wildlife license plate.
Your life in the woods at Eagle’s Nest Boxcar Cabin might include chance encounters with critters like marmot, elk, moose, and bears.
Gabel said there are four deer and six elk, and the separation is in part because the two species don't get along.
As executive chef for the new Bivouac Ciderworks in North Park (move over, craft-beer lovers), his spontaneity in the kitchen could mean today’s elk osso bucco is replaced tomorrow by wild boar chili.
The disease is the chief threat to deer and elk populations in North America.
State Farm used claims data from deer, elk or moose collisions and state licensed driver counts from the Federal Highway Administration.
The swap coincides with next year's 100th anniversary of the elk's reintroduction to Michigan.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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