Wolf Ecology Workshop
February 14-15, 2015
Timber Wolf Information Network (TWIN) will be offering a Wolf Ecology Workshop February 14th & 15th at Trees For Tomorrow. TWIN's award-winning Wolf Ecology workshop features lectures by wolf biologists and other hands-on wolf experts, with many years of experience in the field. They discuss and demonstrate wolf biology, ethology, and taxonomy, along with detailed analyses of the effects of wolf predation and depredation.
In addition to the ecological study of wolves, TWIN's educators also discuss the human attitudes and actions that have shaped the modern-day management of this iconic animal. They review each state's management strategy and the controversies that continue to surround wolves, and explain the techniques employed in monitoring the elusive canid.
Not only are attendees provided an exceptional classroom experience, TWIN staffers lead them on an actual wolf-tracking field trip - where they explain and demonstrate field survey techniques, discuss the latest wolf ecology research, and explore wolves' use of the winter landscape.
Fee (staying on campus): $140 ($130 if you use your own bedding - includes TWIN workshop, Saturday lunch and supper, Sunday breakfast and lunch, and Saturday night lodging). Guests must furnish their own towels and washcloths. Friday night lodging $30 additional per person.
Fee (commuter): $110 (includes the program and four meals)
For more information, please visit www.timberwolfinformation.org