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The Ouida Whitaker Dean Collection, no. 4 - Student Film on How To Trap a Wolf

Ouida Whitaker Dean

Sound | 1970s

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  •  The decaying cow used as bait 
  •  The traps, still in the ground 
  •  How to outsmart a wolf 
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This student film from the 1970s in East Texas features an interview with a young man regarding his technique and process for trapping wolves. As interviewer and interviewee walk through the rural woods, the young man explains the traps he sets up, the bait he uses (a dead cow), and highlights some of the behaviors of coyotes and wolves to look out for. Please not there are images of a decaying cow that some might find difficult to watch.