Wood River Wolf Project Training Workshop

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Defenders' Wood River Wolf Project has spent years using nonlethal methods to keep wolves away from livestock in Idaho. The project has had so much success helping wolves and livestock coexist that we decided to share our work with others to encourage these methods to be used wherever possible, so we hosted a hands-on workshop and field demonstration of our techniques and strategies, attended by livestock managers, wildlife scientists, state and tribal representatives and more. 

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