ADV: Wolf Webinars – Feb. 24th and Mar. 10th

Colorado Wolf Reintroduction – How did we get here and what happens next?

Wednesday, February 24 5-6 p.m. CT   Webinar rate: FREE   In November 2020, Colorado voters approved a ballot initiative that calls for the reintroduction of gray wolves to the state by 2023. Wolf recovery in Colorado is a complicated and contentious topic that taps into diverse emotions and passions across stakeholder groups. In this presentation, Dr. Kevin Crooks and Dr. Rebecca Niemiec at the Center for Human-Carnivore Coexistence at Colorado State University will overview the effort to restore wolves to Colorado. They will discuss how social and ecological science informs the issue, an analysis of the outcome of the vote and why it was closer than previous polls predicted, and next steps in the effort in restore wolves to Colorado.

For more information, please visit: Colorado Wolf

The biologist webinars typically: Last approximately 60 minutes Include a question-and-answer period Are moderated by International Wolf Center staff Are led by experts in wolf biology from around the world Are recorded and a link will be shared with registrants so you can watch it when it is convenient for you.   RegisterWolves at Each Other’s Door with Kira Cassidy, Yellowstone Wolf Project Research Associate Wednesday, March 10 6-7 p.m. CT   Webinar rate: Member $15, Non-member $20   Wolves are territorial and fights between packs account for half of all wolf mortality in Yellowstone National Park. Join Kira Cassidy, research associate for the Yellowstone Wolf Project, as she discusses research on pack conflict focusing on the evolution of pack living and the importance of certain wolves for a pack’s success. Get updates on Yellowstone packs, especially the Junction Butte pack which is currently the third largest ever recorded. This presentation summarizes the latest research using videos, photos, and stories from Yellowstone.

For more information, please visit: Yellowstone Wolf