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Brian Wolfer

District Wildlife Biologist

Oregon Department of Fish

HQ Phone: (503) 947-6000

Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife

Oregon Department of Fish

3406 Cherry Ave. NE

Salem, Oregon 97303

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

ODFW District Wildlife Biologist
Lane County

Wildlife Biologists
ODFW

District Biologist for the Department
Oregon Dept. Fish & Wildlife

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member
Cascades Raptor Center

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Brian Wolfer District Biologist, Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife


So, there hasn't been any big ...

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So, there hasn't been any big impacts yet but we are seeing little differences in where the animals are choosing to spend the winter," said Brian Wolfer, a district wildlife biologist with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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So, there hasn't been any big impacts yet but we are seeing little differences in where the animals are choosing to spend the winter," said Brian Wolfer, a district wildlife biologist with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.


So, there hasn't been any big ...

www.kezi.com [cached]

So, there hasn't been any big impacts yet but we are seeing little differences in where the animals are choosing to spend the winter," said Brian Wolfer, a district wildlife biologist with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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So, there hasn't been any big impacts yet but we are seeing little differences in where the animals are choosing to spend the winter," said Brian Wolfer, a district wildlife biologist with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.


So, there hasn't been any big ...

www.kezi.com [cached]

So, there hasn't been any big impacts yet but we are seeing little differences in where the animals are choosing to spend the winter," said Brian Wolfer, a district wildlife biologist with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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So, there hasn't been any big impacts yet but we are seeing little differences in where the animals are choosing to spend the winter," said Brian Wolfer, a district wildlife biologist with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.


According to Brian Wolfer, a ...

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According to Brian Wolfer, a biologist for the Oregon Department of Fish Wildlife, there are an estimated 5,700 cougars in Oregon.

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