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The film illustrates how a bountiful wildlife legacy was nearly shattered by the gold rush and the race to develop California's natural resources. Tule elk were nearly extirpated by the gold rush and ensuing race to develop California's natural resources. The film follows the efforts of wildlife managers to bring native tule elk back from near-extinction. 1992 Conservation Education Award by Wildlife Society.
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