Vast herds of tule elk roamed California’s central valley and coastal plains until the late 19th century when they were hunted to near-extinction by European settlers. The dramatic rebound of the tule elk population in California and at Point Reyes National Seashore in particular demonstrates the success of threatened species protections and conservation laws.
Produced by the Pacific Coast Science and Learning Center located within Point Reyes National Seashore, California
Directed, Edited and Shot by Mahalo Video
Special Thanks to David Scheerer at Humboldt State University