The ODFW Visitors' Guide
The area is an attractive study site for graduate students attending OSU, who have studied numerous species, including the California quail (pictured).
Currently the area is serving as a study site for several herpetology students studying topics from red-spotted garter snake physiology to the effects of ultra-violet light on amphibian eggs.
The proximity of E.E. Wilson Wildlife Area to many local schools, colleges and universities makes it popular for those instructors seeking an "outdoor classroom" for students.
Educational group tours are available by reservation with Wildlife Area Headquarters.
Call 541-745-5334 for more information.
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