Oregon Wildlife; Vol.35 No.11 (November 1980) Public Deposited

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Contents: Wish You Were Here??? [Oregon in the 1800s] - p.3-5; Kind of Winter? The Caterpillar Knows [Observing wildlife to predict winter severity] - p.6-7; Steens Mountain Mule Deer Study - p.8-9; Oregon Freshwater Mussels - p.10-11; Mount St. Helens Eruptions Took Awful Toll, But Scientists See Some 'Positive' Effects - p.12; Pika - p.13

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