Oregon Wildlife; Vol.53 No.3 (Winter 1997) Public Deposited

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Contents: Oregon Bird Hunting Adventure - p.4-7; The Fisher, a Rare Forest Carnivore - p.8-9; The Upper Mainstem John Day River [A fencing program revisited] - p.10-12; Winter Backyard Fishing [Teaching children to fish using similar activities] - p.13; Oregon's Premier Furbearer Gives Salmon a Hand [Salmon using damaged beaver dams as habitats] - p.14-15

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