Translation of elk in Spanish:

elk

alce, n.

Pronunciation /ɛlk//ɛlk/

noun

  • 1

    (European animal)
    alce masculine
    • Much more demanding is big game hunting for brown bear, elk and deer.
    • Since the area was once home to buffalo, elk, deer, and antelope herds, grazing is another management tool.
    • Prion diseases occur in sheep, goats, mink, mule deer, elk, cats and cows.
    • Not long ago my friend Steve Johns was talking with a Colorado hunting guide who had led Koenig on elk and mule deer hunts.
    • Deer, elk, bear and mountain lions can all be found at this attitude.
    • Coyotes, white-tailed deer, elk, and even alligators can cause problems on the ground.
    • Traditionally, the Blackfoot made their clothing from the hides of buffalo, deer, elk, and antelope.
    • In some parts of America, people like to hunt deer, elk and bears, while in other areas they hunt wild boars.
    • The land around the ranch is a protected wintering area for elk, deer and bighorn sheep.
    • Soon after the studies began, however, Foothills deer and elk began dying from a mysterious disease.
    • It had yielded both mule deer and elk for us in the past.
    • After I swapped for it, I took six mule deer and an elk before moving up to more ‘modern’ guns.
    • The wildflowers will be out and so will the elk, deer, sea lions, seals, and sea birds.
    • Researchers are not even sure yet how the disease spreads from deer to deer or elk to elk.
    • They resemble in these respects similar grooves on the antlers of moose and elk and the frill and horns of Triceratops.
    • All of the evidence suggests, therefore, that the drawing was probably intended to represent a deer or perhaps an elk.
    • As these species became extinct, the giant birds switched to bison, elk, and deer.
    • Although they scavenge less often than Bald Eagles, they will eat carrion of deer and elk, especially in winter.
    • Deer, elk, and sometimes bobcat and coyote may be seen or heard from the cabin boundary.
    • Bears in Glacier National Park follow wolf packs and mountain lions to remote regions using them as providers of meals of deer and elk.
  • 2

    (American animal)
    uapití masculine