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Bill Berg of Grand Rapids, retired Minnesota Department of Natural Resources biologist, holds a beaver skull, one of several animal skulls he displayed during his presentation on northern Minnesota predators Saturday at the Northwoods Encounter Environmental Conference at Calvary Lutheran Church. Berg spoke mainly about interactions between wolves and coyotes in Minnesota. The Mississippi Headwaters Audubon Society hosted the conference, which focused on current topics in natural resources and outdoor re...

Berg discusses northern Minnesota predators

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Berg discusses northern Minnesota predators
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Bill Berg of Grand Rapids, retired Minnesota Department of Natural Resources biologist, holds a beaver skull, one of several animal skulls he displayed during his presentation on northern Minnesota predators Saturday at the Northwoods Encounter Environmental Conference at Calvary Lutheran Church. Berg spoke mainly about interactions between wolves and coyotes in Minnesota. The Mississippi Headwaters Audubon Society hosted the conference, which focused on current topics in natural resources and outdoor recreation. Pioneer Photo/Laurie Swenson

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