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Commemorative Issue Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of "A Sand County Almanac'' and the Legacy of Aldo Leopold || The Potential for Wolf Recovery in the Northeastern United States via Dispersal from Southeastern Canada



Commemorative Issue Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of "A Sand County Almanac'' and the Legacy of Aldo Leopold || The Potential for Wolf Recovery in the Northeastern United States via Dispersal from Southeastern Canada



Wildlife Society Bulletin 26(4): 776-784




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DOI: 10.2307/3783551


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