Group Drops Effort To Bring Elk Back To Md.A statewide sportsmen's group says it's dropping an effort to reintroduce elk to western Maryland.
Chronic Wasting Disease Not Found In Maryland DeerMaryland's Department of Natural Resources says chronic wasting disease was not found in any of the 278 deer tested this season.
Elk Could Be Reintroduced Into Western Md. Come Spring 2013A group supporting the reintroduction of elk in western Maryland says it hopes the state will decide this spring whether to move forward on the proposal.
Study Predicts $4.4 Million In Yearly Elk TourismProponents of reintroducing elk to western Maryland say the animals would generate $4.4 million a year in tourist dollars.
Survey: Most Support Md. Elk ReintroductionA new survey finds nearly three-quarters of Marylanders support reintroducing elk in the state's western counties.
Public To Be Surveyed On Md. Elk ReintroductionThe Department of Natural Resources says it plans to conduct an extensive public opinion survey on a proposal to reintroduce elk to western Maryland.
Elk Reintroduction Opposed In Garrett CountyA proposal to reintroduce elk in western Maryland is running into opposition in Garrett County.
Maryland To Study Elk ReintroductionMaryland is home to Elkton and Elkridge, but elk haven't roamed the state since the 1700s.
NRA Antler Theft Charges Dropped Against Md. MenPittsburgh police aren't commenting on a prosecutor's decision to drop charges against two workers charged with stealing two massive sets of elk antlers.