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Wolf Biologist Adrian Wydeven to Head Timber Wolf Alliance

The Northland College Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute announced today that it has hired wolf biologist Adrian Wydeven to head its Timber Wolf Alliance program. “When it comes to understanding wolves, there is no one better qualified than Adrian,” said Mark Peterson, SOEI executive director. Wydeven retired from the Department of…

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Podcast: Talking Wolves with Adrian Wydeven

Wisconsin’s Hunting Heritage Adrian Wydeven headed up the wolf recovery program for the DNR for over 20 years. After retiring, he took a position with the Timber Wolf Alliance with Northland College. There is probably no one in the state who knows more about these animals, and how they came…

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Estimating the Wolf Population

May 31, 6:00 pm7:30 pm

Interested in learning how the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) estimates Wisconsin’s wolf population? In this webinar hosted by the Timber Wolf Alliance, you can learn the science behind the yearly population estimates. Wildlife Biologist Adrian Wydeven will start the webinar with an overview of how population estimates were…

Tracking canines in snow

Volunteer Carnivore Tracking Training & Refresher

November 13, 2021, 9:00 am3:30 pm

This workshop, instructed by Timber Wolf Alliance Chair Adrian Wydeven and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Technician Sarah Boles, teaches the basics of tracking medium-to-large-sized carnivores in Wisconsin, including track identification, gait patterns, and conducting snow track survey. Participants will be provided with a tracker’s notebook. This workshop completes…

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Wolf Ecology & Conservation Certification Weekend

August 19, 7:00 pmAugust 21, 12:00 pm

Join Timber Wolf Alliance Chair Adrian Wydeven and TWA Advisory Council members for this wolf ecology volunteer certification course. Learn about wolf ecology, wolf monitoring techniques, and the latest wolf issues from biologists and educators immersed in this field. Time will be spent in the classroom and in the field…

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Virtual Wolf Ecology Workshop

October 23, 2021, 9:00 am4:30 pm

This workshop, instructed by Northland College Professor Dr. Erik Olson, Timber Wolf Alliance (TWA) Chair Adrian Wydeven, 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. This workshop…

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Volunteer Carnivore Tracking Training & Refresher

November 5, 9:00 am3:30 pm

This workshop, instructed by Timber Wolf Alliance Chair Adrian Wydeven and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Technician Sarah Boles, teaches the basics of tracking medium-to-large-sized carnivores in Wisconsin, including track identification, gait patterns, and conducting snow track survey. Participants will be provided with a tracker’s notebook. This workshop completes…

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Wolf Ecology and Population Dynamics—Eagle River

June 3, 5:00 pm6:00 pm

Wildlife biologist, Adrian Wydeven, will be presenting the latest science-based research on wolf ecology, wolf population dynamics, and the importance of having the wolf as part of a healthy Wisconsin ecosystem. He will examine the impact of wolves on the deer herd in Vilas County. He will also discuss current…

wolf in winter

Wolf Ecology and Population Dynamics—Land O’ Lakes

June 3, 1:00 pm2:00 pm

Wildlife biologist, Adrian Wydeven, will be presenting the latest science-based research on wolf ecology, wolf population dynamics, and the importance of having the wolf as part of a healthy Wisconsin ecosystem. He will examine the impact of wolves on the deer herd in Vilas County. He will also discuss current…

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Tracking Mammals in the Field

May 21, 12:30 pm4:30 pm

Visit the woodlands and coastline of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore to learn the basics of identifying mammal tracks from wildlife biologist and Timber Wolf Alliance Advisory Council Chair Adrian Wydeven and Red Cliff wildlife biologist Andy Edwards. From squirrels to hares and foxes to wolves, they’ll share their decades…