MONDAY, MARCH 24, 2003 Once driven to near extinction, the Roosevelt elk population in the Pacific Northwest has rebounded. The massive and majestic elk is still a critical part of tribal culture. For Quinault Nation tribal members, hunting elk is considered a rite of passage. The meat is taken as food and the parts are used for drums and other items. Named after President Theodore Roosevelt, Roosevelt bulls can top 1,100 pounds. Get the Story:
Majestic elk rule the rain forests (The Seattle Times 3/24)
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4 AUDIO/VIDEO: Mark Charles at Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum
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