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. Wildlife visible includes blacktail deer, pheasant, and quail.
The area occupies a section of Camp Adair, a decommissioned United States Army cantonment which operated during World War II.
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