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University of Wisconsin-Madison professors and spouses Lisa Naughton and Adrian Treves pose outdoors in the snowy woods bordering the backyard of their Madison home on Jan. 18, 2008. Naughton is a social scientist and professor of geography. Treves, an animal behaviorist and ecologist, is an assistant professor in the Nelson Institute of Environmental Studies. Together, the two are working closely with Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to address issues and public policies related to management of the state's growing gray wolf population and the challenges of people, and their livestock and pets, co-existing with such preying wildlife.
Image credit: Jeff Miller
Photo Date: January 2008

University of Wisconsin-Madison professors and spouses Lisa Naughton and Adrian Treves walk outdoors with their dog, Luna, in the snowy woods bordering the backyard of their Madison home on Jan. 18, 2008. Naughton is a social scientist and professor of geography. Treves, an animal behaviorist and ecologist, is an assistant professor in the Nelson Institute of Environmental Studies. Together, the two are working closely with Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to address issues and public policies related to management of the state's growing gray wolf population and the challenges of people, and their livestock and pets, co-existing with such preying wildlife.
Image credit: Jeff Miller
Photo Date: January 2008
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