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E. E. Wilson Wildlife Area
IUCN Category IV (Habitat/Species Management Area)
Map of the United States
Location Benton County, Oregon
Nearest city Adair Village, Oregon
Coordinates 44°41′57″N 123°12′36″W / 44.6993°N 123.2101°W / 44.6993; -123.2101Coordinates: 44°41′57″N 123°12′36″W / 44.6993°N 123.2101°W / 44.6993; -123.2101 [1]
Area 1,683 acres (6.81 km2)
Established 1950
Governing body Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

The E. E. Wilson Wildlife Area (or E. E. Wilson Game Management Area) is a wildlife management area located near Corvallis, Oregon, United States. The site was named for Eddy Elbridge Wilson, a member of the former Oregon State Game Commission for fourteen years before his death in 1961.[2][3]

The area occupies a section of Camp Adair, a decommissioned United States Army cantonment which operated during World War II.

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