Deer and elk serve as a buffer to livestock attacks November 15, 2015 Oregon

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Deer and elk serve as a buffer to livestock attacks November 15, 2015 Oregon, Capital press
... Mark Henjum, a retired wildlife biologist who was ODFW’s original wolf program coordinator, said healthy deer and elk populations are a buffer between livestock and the state’s increasing number of predators.  Oregon has 25,000 to 30,000 black bears, an estimated 6,200 cougars and a minimum of 82 wolves, according to ODFW...


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