Video: Working with Ranchers to Protect Livestock and Wolves

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Defenders' Suzanne Stone and Roger Olson of the Wood River Project in Idaho demonstrate the proven, nonlethal techniques being used to successfully prevent wolf-livestock conflicts.

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