Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center has many events planned for 2020
Wolf Conservation Center (New York)
SUMMER WOLF ADVENTURE Recommended for children entering grades 1 - 8
Time: 9AM - 3PM
Fee: $350 per child for the week-long program (Mondays - Fridays). Various Dates
Events Wednesday-Friday, year round except April & May
Endangered Wolf Center
Save the Date – Great Lakes Wolf Symposium
October 20-22, 2020 - Ashland, WI
The Timber Wolf Alliance of the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute of Northland College is happy to announce that we will be hosting a regional wolf symposium, the Great Lakes Wolf Symposium, October 20-22, 2020 in Ashland, WI, USA. The Symposium will be hosted on Northland College’s campus every four years and will coincide with Wolf Awareness Week, third week of October.
The intent of the symposium is to provide an opportunity for researchers, conservationists, and other wildlife professionals to share research, management, conservation, and ideas regarding wolves in the Great Lakes region. The geographic scope of the conference is regional and centered around the Great Lakes region, but also includes states and provinces that are adjacent to states with a currently established wolf population, but currently do not have wolves or only rarely detect dispersing wolves from other Great Lakes states.
More symposium information will be coming by March 2020, as well as 2020 Wolf Awareness Week details.
VIRTUAL WOLF ECOLOGY WORKSHOP
OCTOBER 24, 9:00 AM–3:00 PM $30 - This workshop, instructed by Northland College Professor Dr. Erik Olson, Timber Wolf Alliance Chair Adrian Wydeven, Timber Wolf Alliance Coordinator Jordyn O’Gara, and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Technician Sarah Boles, covers the basics of wolf ecology and management including natural history, identification, monitoring techniques, wolf-human conflicts, predator-prey ecology, and wolf management. Registration required.