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Citizen Science, Wolf Conservation, and Coexistence

Online virtual

Join the Timber Wolf Alliance for three presentations on citizen science—how you can get involved, and what other citizen scientists have accomplished. This event features the keynote presentation for this year’s Wolf Awareness Week. Register to join us. Schedule 6:15 p.m. Carnivore Tracking with Shannon McNamara Shannon McNamara, An employee with the Wisconsin Department of…  Read More

Free

Virtual Wolf Ecology Workshop

Online virtual

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 completes the first of two…  Read More

$30

Volunteer Carnivore Tracking Training & Refresher

Larson-Juhl Center for Science and the Environment (CSE)

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…  Read More

Tracking Mammals in the Field

Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Bayfield, WI

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 of experience in deciphering the…  Read More

$20

Estimating the Wolf Population

Online virtual

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 completed up until the DNR…  Read More

Free

Wolf Ecology and Population Dynamics—Land O’ Lakes

Land O'Lakes Town Hall 4331 Hwy B, Land O’ Lakes, WI

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 status, impact on last year's…  Read More

Wolf Ecology and Population Dynamics—Eagle River

Northwoods Center 115 Third Street, Eagle River, WI

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 status, impact on last year's…  Read More

Canids of Wisconsin

Beaver Hollow 88850 Compton Road, Bayfield, Wisconsin

This presentation by Timber Wolf Alliance Coordinator Jane Weber, will cover the biology and ecology of foxes, coyotes, and wolves as an important part of a healthy ecosystem. Skulls, skins, scat replicas, and track casts will be available for comparison. Registration is required. Learn more and register here.

Free

Wolf Biology, Pup Development, and Communication

Beaver Hollow 88850 Compton Road, Bayfield, Wisconsin

Join Jane Weber, Timber Wolf Alliance coordinator, as she shares information about the biology and ecology of wolves, with an emphasis on the stages of pup development and wolf communication. Be prepared for cute baby wolf videos! Registration is required and is limited to twenty-five attendees. Learn more and register here.

Free

Learn How to Become a Carnivore Tracker

Beaver Hollow 88850 Compton Road, Bayfield, Wisconsin

Join Jane Weber, Timber Wolf Alliance coordinator, as she explains how to become a certified carnivore tracker with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Discussion will involve how animals move, looking for animal sign, and practice identifying tracks and scat. Registration is required and is limited to twenty-five attendees. Learn more and register here.

Free