This workshop, instructed by Timber Wolf Alliance Chair Adrian Wydeven, Timber Wolf Alliance Coordinator Jordyn O’Gara, 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, 2020
- Duration: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday
- Location: Virtual/Online
- Program: Wolf ecology, natural history, certification training
- Price: $35
Registration closes November 4 or when the session fills.