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Today, the noble elk are again master of their habitat, and much of the credit for their restoration lies with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. With over 130,000 members in every state and 31 countries, the Elk Foundation’s conservation projects have enhanced and conserved over three million acres of prime wildlife habitat.
From their headquarters in Missoula, Montana, the Elk Foundation is focused upon a singular mission – to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife and their habitat. Today, loss of habitat is a continuing threat for all wildlife, including elk. In 2001, the Elk Foundation initiated the “Pass It On” campaign with a goal of conserving an additional 2 million acres of critical wildlife habitat by 2005.
Cherished as a magnificent symbol of America’s wide-open spaces and rugged high country, Rocky Mountain elk are a reminder of an era when wildlife flourished throughout our great nation.
The left side of the receiver features a bugling bull, a cow and calf silhouetted against a Rocky Mountain backdrop. This image has been adopted by the Elk Foundation for their “Pass It On” campaign, an unprecedented effort to protect an additional 2 million acres of prime wildlife habitat. To the left, an oval cameo showcases a handsome trophy bull elk in full fall regalia. The artwork is bordered with elegant scrollwork, along with a flowing banner, with the legend “Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Tribute.”
On the right side of the receiver, a magnificent bugling bull elk is the focal point, his impressive antlers glistening in the sunlight as he surveys the surrounding lush Rocky Mountain terrain. To his left, a fellow bull is shown head turned, anticipating movement on his right flank. A banner at the top of the artwork reads, “Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Tribute.”
As a crowning touch on this museum-quality masterpiece, the rich walnut stocks are mirror-polished and laser-carved with the handsome Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation logo.
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