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More than 7.2 million acres
Number of Acres Opened or Secured for Public Access for Hunting and Other Outdoor Recreation
More than one million acres opened and secured
Number of Permanent Land Protection, Habitat Stewardship, Elk Restoration, Conservation Education and Hunting Heritage Projects
More than 10,000 projects
Areas Where We've Restored Long-Absent Elk Populations
Kentucky – Eastern coalfields
Missouri – Peck Ranch Conservation Area
North Carolina– Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Ontario – Various locations
Tennessee – Cumberland Plateau
Wisconsin – Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
Number of Members
Number of Chapters
More than 500 in the United States
Number of Volunteers
More than 11,000
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation reviews
Nice exhibit, smaller than I expected. The facility has numerous high-quality examples of elk, but the inside part of the facility can be visited in about half an hour. Worth seeing, just budget your.... more »
My kids love this place!! Interesting exhibits and videos to watch. We also enjoy walking along the different trails outside when the weather's nice. more »
This is a great little stop in Missoula. I suspect it is under visited because it is tucked away in the north side of I90. If you are into wildlife, preservation or hunting it is a worthwhile stop. They have really nice collection of large animals and an exhibit where kids can touch feel different animal hides, feel the weight of antlers and hear many of the sounds associated with elk. They have a cool animated map the shows how the different elk herds migrate, taken from real tracking data. They also explain how hunting is used to help manage herds and keep the population from growing out of control. They have several videos targeted to different ages. There is a nice path through the woods outside. Signs along the path explain how the different plants and environs support elk in the wild. Overall in interesting little stop. My kids enjoyed it and would probably visit again if we had a little more time, especially for the outdoor hike.
Great interactive displays. Never thought I would hear Elk call inside a museum or watch the various herds migrate through Yellowstone. This museum should be required before Yellowstone for anyone interested in the Yellowstone wildlifeSeeing the full size mounts with a message of conservation was outstanding. This museum is great. We were warmly greeted by the receptionist.
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