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Refuge Manager Steve Kallin announced today that supplemental feeding of elk and bison wintering on the National Elk Refuge concluded for the 2016 season on Saturday, April 2.
Winter programs at the Refuge are coming to a close this week, including this season's new Feathered Fridays series.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Wildlife Health office completed a pilot study this month to evaluate body condition assessment techniques for elk.
Refuge wildlife managers have initiated a change in the supplemental feeding program this week to adjust for spring feedground conditions.
Refuge Manager Steve Kallin has announced this year's wintering wildlife closure on the National Elk Refuge will be lifted at midnight on Sunday, May 1, 2016 to coincide with the Bridger-Teton National Forest's scheduled annual opening.
The Refuge plans to get caught up in the spirit of the NCAA’s March Madness again this year, creating a wildlife popularity poll using brackets and play-offs similar to those used for the Division 1 basketball tournament.
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Elk aren't the only species of wildlife you may see on the National Elk Refuge.