Elk are an all-too-familiar sight for Evergreen residents. Wandering herds graze in yards, eat garden vegetables and create traffic backups as they cross busy roads. Recently an Evergreen elk cow made the news when she tried her luck on a resident’s trampoline as her long-legged companions watched.
“How do we control the elk population in Evergreen?” Reid DeWalt of Colorado Parks and Wildlife asked during a recent community meeting on the issue. “It’s kind of like herding cats. We pretty much let them do what they want to do.”
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