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Tule elk may be shot to benefit dairying in Point Reyes NS under bill moving through Congress

Point Reyes National Seashore

Twice each day, 80-year-old Betty Nunes ventures into the wet winds and murky fog that regularly blow across her coastal Marin ranch to feed her calves and check the land her family has worked for generations.


Usually, her 230 dairy cows aren’t the only creatures she finds munching grass in the green meadows of her farm.


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