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I was reading a post on Tennesee elk

http://blog.kingsoutdoorworld......rom-texas/

The Tennessee dude got me thinking so i found this looking on the web.
Turns out we have several places in Texas that have several heards of elk free ranging.....Cool

Distribution in Texas. Formerly present only in the Guadalupe Mountains (Culberson County) but presently, free-ranging elk exist in Texas in five herds in the Guadalupe Mountains, Glass Mountains (Brewster County), Wylie Mountains (Culberson County), Davis Mountains (Jeff Davis County), and Eagle Mountains (Hudspeth County). Total statewide population in 1984 was estimated to be 1,600. Current populations are between 2500 - 3000.

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Location: Kentucky/ Colorado
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I was reading a post on Tennesee elk

Texas8point, It's good to see them spreading out. Wasn't that huge bull that was killed in Texas last year free ranging? I heard B&C would not let him enter it into their book because they didn't consider Texas as a free range state.

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Location: idaho city
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I was reading a post on Tennesee elk

when did Texas get Mountains?

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I was reading a post on Tennesee elk

The hill country in west Texas. I think that is where most of their Muleys hang out too.

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