PGC Robotic Deer Decoy and Night Vision Goggles
Jeremy Banfield, PGC Elk Biologist with the sedated and collared 8 x 7 bull elk.
Avery Corondi, PGC Assistant Elk Biologist collects blood samples from the bull elk during the collaring process.
Every 13 hours bull elk #37633 sends GPS location data to the PGC showing where it travels.
This adult cow elk will wear this collar for the next 42 months, sending valuable data to the PGC staff.
No worse for the wear, cow elk #37632 heads back into the wilds of Sproul State Forest.
Note the specific travel corridors this cow elk utilizes. Further highlighting the importance of open canopy herbaceous habitat.