Video: DIY Public Land Bowhunting for Oregon Elk


A new video from Kristy Titus takes on a do-it-yourself elk hunt in Oregon on public land. This is the way to do it!

From Kristy Titus:

“Thank you for tuning in to watch Kristy Titus’ premier episode to the Pursue The Wild digital series. Within this episode, Kristy and her father Lewis pursue archery elk on public land in Oregon with an over the counter general season tag. This episode is the heart of Kristy’s family. Being in the backcountry together sharing time on the mountain, the miles traveled, close calls and missed opportunity. This is the essence to what drives Kristy and her father to return to the mountain year after year in pursuit of elk. The family bond and friendships forged on the mountain and the memories that are created, are priceless. This is the greatest gift that comes from the hunt, this is our legacy in action. We hope that you enjoy this episode as much as Kristy and her father did creating it.”

To check out more from Kristy Titus, click here.

Video: Public Land Bowhunting for Elk


The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has rolled out another episode of their new series which highlights the importance of access to public lands. In this video, hunters take on elk in Oregon.

From The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation:

“Lewis and Kristy Titus hunt DIY style on public land in Oregon.”

To check out more from The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, click here.

Video: Bowhunting Public Land Elk


A public land elk hunt in a video from Outdoors Alle.

From Outdoors Alle:

“Join along on my first public land, backcountry elk hunt of the season! There were plenty of ups and downs along the way. Anyone who has bow hunted for elk on public land knows what I’m talking about! I’m so excited to share all of my hunting adventures with you guys this season! Stay tuned for a fall/winter full of elk hunting, deer hunting, bear hunting, upland hunting, waterfowl hunting, small game hunting, etc!”

To check out more from Outdoors Alle, click here.

Video: Bowhunting Elk with Cameron Hanes


Cameron Hanes trains and bowhunts for big bull elk in an episode of Ridge Reaper from Under Armour. Beast mode.

To check out more from Under Armour Hunt, click here.

Video: Bowhunting Bull Elk in New Mexico


A new video from the The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation follows a bowhunter as he looks for elk in New Mexico.

From The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation:

“Follow along on our 2017 In Season hunt with first time elk hunter Cooper Davis as he begins to learn about the progression of the rut and finding a mature bull.”

To check out more from The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, click here.

Video: Bull Elk Hunting in Wyoming


A new video from Eastmans’ features elk hunting in Wyoming.

From Eastmans’:

“Head to the rugged hills of Wyoming with Guy and his wife Rinda Eastman in pursuit of her first trophy bull. This hunt is full of surprises including a late-night calf rescue, and an unexpected chance to fill a mountain lion tag.”

To check out more from Eastmans’, click here.

More Elk Country Conserved, Opened to Public Access in Pennsylvania

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

From the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation:

MISSOULA, Mont.—An additional 766 acres of Pennsylvania elk habitat is now permanently protected and opened to public access thanks to efforts by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) and a generous donor.

“This would not have happened without landowners who care about Pennsylvania and both understand and appreciate the crucial wildlife values of this area,” said Blake Henning, RMEF chief conservation officer.

Located in Centre County, the project extends the western unit of State Game Lands 100 to the north along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. By doing so, it expands that unit to 5,272 acres in size and improves access to it while expanding the overall size of the two State Game Lands 100 units to a combined 21,069 acres.

“This critical acquisition to the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s State Game Land system will not only enhance the agency’s ability to better manage the southern dispersal of its elk herd, but it will benefit all Pennsylvanians by adding an additional 766 acres,” said Bryan Burhans, PGC executive director. “We are grateful for the outstanding partnership between RMEF and the Game Commission.”

The property’s habitat includes oak and pine woodlands, meadows, grassland and key riparian habitat along 1.24 miles of the river. It is home to elk, whitetail deer, black bears, turkey, grouse and other bird and animal life.

“We are especially grateful for our long-standing partners at the Pennsylvania Game Commission. Their dedication and determination made this project possible,” added Henning.

Since 1991, RMEF and its partners completed 424 conservation and hunting heritage outreach projects in Pennsylvania with a combined value of more than $24.9 million. These projects conserved or enhanced 26,874 acres of habitat and opened or secured public access to 9,312 acres.

 

 

About the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation:
Founded over 30 years ago, fueled by hunters and a membership of more than 222,000 strong, RMEF has conserved more than 7.1 million acres for elk and other wildlife. RMEF also works to open and improve public access, fund and advocate for science-based resource management, and ensure the future of America’s hunting heritage. Discover why “Hunting Is Conservation™” atwww.rmef.orgwww.elknetwork.com or 800-CALL ELK.
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