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DO COWS MATTER?

HART MOUNTAIN NATIONAL ANTELOPE REFUGE: BEFORE AND AFTER

Steven G. Herman, Ph.D.
Member of the Faculty
The Evergreen State College
ęSteven G. Herman 2004

Editor's note: Dr. Steven G. Herman banded birds and instructed graduate students on field trips at the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge in south-central Oregon for 28 years. This presentation, posted to RangeNet.org with Dr. Herman's permission, documents some of the dramatic changes that he saw during nearly 20 years following the closure of Robinson Draw to grazing by domestic cattle in 1986, which set the stage for closing the remainder of the refuge in 1993.

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