Wes Batterson talks to the animals

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Title

Wes Batterson talks to the animals

Subject

News article

Description

Wes Batterson was well known for his skills and ability to breed the North American Forest Grouse, the Blue Grouse and the Ruffed Grouse. In 1934 Batterson at 24, he managed a flock of 50. -30 Blue Grouse and 20 Ruffed Grouse..

Wes Batterson comes from a pioneer family who's Grandfather settled on the South Fork of the Nehalem in 1877. (William Batterson)

Wes had the unique ablity to call almost any wildlife in Oregon, from flying swuirrels to Quail or geese.

Creator

Worth Mathewson

Publisher

Oregon Coast Magazine

Date

3-4/1990

Contributor

Ann and Owen Nicholson

Format

8 1/2 x 11" copy paper

Identifier

Omeka: 470
NVHS Accession: 2011.103.3
Physical Location: Box C, Folder 2 (on display)

Citation

Worth Mathewson, “Wes Batterson talks to the animals,” Nehalem Valley Historical Society Online Archive, accessed December 2, 2022, https://nehalemvalleyhistory.org/omeka/items/show/470.

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