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Rocky Mountain National Park recognized it had an elk problem years ago. Overpopulated, the elk loitered in aspen groves, browsed streamside vegetation to the ground, and degraded habitat for a multitude of species. The solution was obvious: restore wolves. Wolves can manage elk far better than humans as we learned from wolf reintroduction at Yellowstone National Park.