James M. Peek is Professor Emeritus of the Department of Fish and Wildlife Sciences of the University of Idaho, USA. He received his PhD from the University of Minnesota. His research interests have primarily centered on the habitat relationships of native North American ungulates, especially moose, elk, mule and white-tailed deer, and bighorn sheep. Thomas A. Leege started his education at the University of Wisconsin but then migrated west to complete BS and MS degrees in Wildlife Management at the University of Idaho, USA. He worked for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game as a research biologist where his primary focus was elk and their habitat along the Lochsa River. He completed his career with the Department as a Regional Wildlife Biologist at Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.Michael W Schlegel is a retired wildlife biologist of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, USA. He received a BS and MS from Oregon State University. He was assigned to the Lochsa Elk Research Project for 13 years and then became Regional Wildlife Manager at McCall, Idaho, for 12 years.