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 the second training for the DNR Volunteer Carnivore Tracker for winter wolf counts and the training for TWA Speakers Bureau.
The Timber Wolf Alliance is a program of the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute. The Timber Wolf Alliance promotes education about wolves and use of sound science for wolf conservation.
- Dates: November 2, 2019
- Duration: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday
- Location: Larson-Juhl Center for Science; Room 169; Northland College
- Program: Wolf ecology, natural history, certification training
- Meals: Lunch provided at Northland College cafeteria
- Price: $35
Registration closes October 26 or when the session fills.