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Fall Festival

…a porta-potty. All tent camping includes: access to indoor restroom and shower facilities, easy parking access to a secluded grasses area with limited access from surrounding areas, access to a nearby fire ring and picnic tables. RV Campers can use indoor restroom and shower facilities also. Days of Camping –…

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Howling with Wolves

…projects which is expanding my experiences even further. Kassandra Arts, Senior Biology/Natural Resources What about wolves interests you? The efficiency of monitoring techniques, pack dynamics, and predator prey interactions are the things that interest me the most about wolves. What has surprised you? Learning about the areas where wolves are…

Adrian Wydeven

Wolf Biologist Adrian Wydeven to Head Timber Wolf Alliance

…and the issues around wolves are more complex,” Wydeven said. “I look forward to helping TWA continue to be a leader in promoting science-based conservation, sound management, and public education about wolves.” Wydeven previously was senior editor of “Recovery of Gray Wolves in the Great Lakes Region of the United…

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Tug of War Over Wolves

…losers,” as wolf management authority swings from state to federal control. In reality, Olson says, “It may actually be a lose-lose situation.” According to Olson, their research suggests that inconsistency in wolf management “may not be good for wolves or local people living with wolves.” Meaningful management for wolves and…

Isle Royale

Isle Royale Wolves, Another Perspective

…Moose arrived in the early 1900s, possibly intentionally introduced. Wolves did not arrive until about 1948-1949, and some zoo-raised wolves were released onto the island in the mid-1950s. It is not clear if they interbred with the wild wolves. Cochrane pointed out that it is not unusual for mammals to…

Timber Wolf Alliance

the facts and relies on research to dispel myths and unfounded fears associated with wolves. TWA provides training in wolf biology and ecology, develops and disseminates educational materials on wolves, and supports volunteers to help with wolf monitoring efforts. Related In 1987, only eighteen wolves were estimated to live in…

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TWA Responds to State Bill 602/AB712

…to the management or killing of wolves, for as long as gray wolves in Wisconsin remain listed as a federally threatened or endangered species. Northland College’s Timber Wolf Alliance—an organization committed to using science-based information to promote human co-existence with wolves and an ecologically-functional wolf population in areas of suitable…

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Citizen Science, Wolf Conservation, and Coexistence

October 21, 2021, 6:15 pm8:15 pm

…and conflict management at Prescott College and then turned her attention to helping scientists, ranchers, and wildlife managers develop and test nonlethal methods that proactively protect livestock from wolves and other native predators. She founded the Wood River Wolf Project in 2008 to demonstrate that wolves can coexist with sheep…

Sigurd Olson Speeches

…a story as simply or as powerfully as a picture and the old saying that a picture is worth a thousand words is certainly true. Last year, the Quetico-Superior Committee made the documentary film, “Wilderness Canoe Country,” to tell the story of the many battles to save this area from…

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Great Lakes Wolf Symposium

…Kautz, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Nicholas L. Fowler, Tyler R. Petroelje, Jared F. Duquette, Dean E. Beyer, Jr., and Jerrold L. Belant 3:55 Wolves in the Corn Belt? Status of Gray Wolves in Iowa—an Update Vince Evelsizer, IA DNR 4:20 A Machine Learning Platform to Automate Identification…