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The Timber Wolf Alliance brings programs and speakers to educate the public on wolves.

Speakers Bureau

If you would like to schedule a TWA program presentation for your organization or group, email us to connect.

Wisconsin Volunteer Carnivore Tracking Program

Since 1995, the Wisconsin DNR has had a volunteer tracking program where people can help conduct snow tracking of wolves and other carnivores. These surveys help biologists determine the number, distribution, breeding status, and territories of wolves in Wisconsin.  Learn more on the Wisconsin DNR site or register here.

Midwest Wolf Stewards Conference

The Midwest Wolf Stewards Conference has been held annually since the late 1980s to share the latest information on wolf conservation in the Great Lakes region. This conference is rotated between Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Ontario. Conference participants include professionals from state and federal agencies and the province of Ontario, NGO’s, universities, Tribes, and anyone interested in the management of wolves in the Great Lakes region.

This conference is open to the public and benefits those involved in wolf research, education, or management. The conference offers an outstanding opportunity to learn from the most knowledgeable people in the fields of wildlife science, human dimensions of natural resources, legislation, public policy, education, and more. It is a forum in which various viewpoints concerning wolf management can be shared and discussed.

To view online slideshows from the 2015 conference:  click here.

The 2016 Midwest Wolf Stewards Conference will be held in Minnesota and the 2017 conference will be in Michigan. Please check back for more information.