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This week's exhibit ties into the next SciencePub: Wolves in Oregon: Facts, Research, Issues

John Williams, Associate Professor, Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences, OSU College of Agricultural Sciences

In 1995 and 1996, 31 wolves were reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park and 35 in central Idaho. These populations have grown to more than 1,500, with more than 835 in Idaho. As wolf populations have grown, so has predation on livestock, complicating cow and ranch management. Join OSU's John Williams to learn about a study that launched in 2008 and over the next six years collected data on both cattle and wolves. You'll follow both animals' patterns across eight ranches and hear the many lessons learned about wolves in Oregon. 

Check out the Exhibit for book about conservation and Wolves

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