- Subscribe to Elk hunting updates from Michigan DNR
- Michigan Elk: Past and Present Michigan's native elk disappeared around 1875. Today's elk herd dates back to 1918, when seven western animals were released near Wolverine. The last elk survey in January of 2014 estimated the herd to be at 668, which is within the population goal of 500-900.
- Celebrate 100 years of Michigan's elk while supporting the Michigan Nongame Fish and Wildlife Fund! Purchase a fundraising license plate from the Secretary of State!
- Elk Management Brochure
- Elk Viewing Brochure
- Elk Viewing Brochure (Accessible)