Upcoming Events for Wolf Advocates: Sedona Wolf Week & Wildlife Day at the Capital…

April is a busy month with several wolf events planned throughout Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan and Arizona. Save the Date!

Don’t miss this Premiere Event…Sedona Wolf Week 2018 is coming…April 17th it begins…

https://youtu.be/H3dbSJB-ADs

April 11th in Wisconsin…Wildlife Day at the Capital

Join Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf and Wildlife for Wildlife Day at the Capital April 11th, 2018 from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, at Wisconsin State Capitol, 2 E Main Street, Madison, WI

COST:  FREE Event + free t-shirt designed by local artist Cait Irwin

Wisconsin Residents >> RSVP here

On April 11, 2018 wildlife advocates in Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota will be gathering in solidarity at their state capitols to meet with lawmakers and speak for wolves and wildlife in the Great Lakes region.

Event t-shirt designed by local artist Cait Irwin

Join this movement to tell your lawmakers to protect wolves and wildlife in the Great Lakes states. Wolves especially need us to speak for them, as they may soon lose federal protections in the coming new year. State wildlife management agencies are already preparing to open more state-sanctioned hunting, hounding, snaring and trapping seasons on wolves to reduce their population by as much as two-thirds.

Michigan wolf advocates same day, April 11 at the Michigan State Capitol, 100 N Capitol Ave, Lansing MI 48933, RSVP here

For more information contact:

Wisconsin

Melissa Smith, msmith@endangered.org, (608) 234-8860

Britt Ricci, bricci@wiwolvesandwildlife.org, (715) 651-5999

Maggie Spoerke, amspoerke@wiwolvesandwildlife.org, (608) 886-6554

Michigan

Melissa Smith, msmith@wiwolvesandwildlife.org, (608) 234-8860

Catherine M. Neuhoff Ph.D, Work: M-F day time (6:30 until 6 pm) 586-698-4393

Cell: weekends evenings after 7: 586-565-0080

Minnesota Wolf Advocates

Howling For Wolves Wolf Day at the Capital

April 11, 2018

At the Minnesota State Capitol in St Paul

In 2017, Howling For Wolves successfully passed legislation which approved funding for, and the establishment of, Wolf-Livestock Conflict Prevention grants administered by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. This program allows applicants to receive reimbursement for the cost of using nonlethal methods which protect the lives of both livestock and wolves.

In 2018, with your active prescence and actions, a ban on all wildlife snaring can become law in 2018. Join us as we work to #StandAgainstSnaring, require permission to trap on private lands, and have a wolf hunt removed from the books once and for all.

We are talking to Minnesota politicians and rallying for the wolf at the State Capitol. Our goal is to protect the wolf for future generations. This is a FREE event.

Volunteers are needed before and on Wolf Day. Write us at volunteer@howlingforwolves.org to join the pack!

RSVP here that you will attend the Wolf day. This is important for us to know you will come, so we can plan in advance.

Expect more details to come as Wolf Day 2018 approaches at Howling For Wolves

We are talking to Minnesota politicians and rallying for the wolf at the State Capitol. Our goal is to protect the wolf for future generations. This is a FREE event.

Next up Sedona Wolf Week 2018 in Arizona

Save the date!

• copy of the book and VIP reception / book signing. Register here.

• Children’s workshop where kids can learn more about wolves and how they are like families, storytelling and interaction with the Apex Ambassador Pack. Register here.

• Predator Friendly®Fundraising Dinner with Carter Niemeyer. Carter was integral to the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone. Carter will entertain you with how he went from a wolf trapper and hunter to becoming one of their most vocal advocates while you enjoy a meal using ingredients from Predator Friendly® farms and ranchers. Register here.

• Wolf Socials with the Apex Ambassador Pack are a once in a lifetime experience and the money raised helps fund the pack’s daily care. Register here.

• Philip Folsom workshop – Wolf Tribe Transformation Program. Register here.

• Films at the Mary D. Fisher are sold separately by the theatre and can be purchased at the door or online at www.SedonaFilmFest.org.

Please note schedule subject to change. The new dates for 2018 are April 17-21st as the event previously scheduled on the 22nd has been postponed.

Tuesday, April 17

Mary D Fisher Theatre

4:00 PM

Children’s Film: Alpha & Omega + Q&A with Apex Ambassador Pack

7:00 PM

Film: The Right To Be Wild + Q&A with Apex Ambassador Pack

Wednesday, April 18

Poco Diablo Resort

9:00-9:30AM

Registration

9:30-10:30AM

Opening Ceremony

10:30-10:45AM

Break

10:45-11:30AM

Speaker: Plan B to Save Wolves

11:30AM-12:20PM

Speaker: Carter Neimeyer – The Truth Behind Wildlife Services

12:30-1:15PM

Lunch

1:15-2:15PM

Speaker: Craig Miller – Defenders of Wildlife

2:15-3:15PM

I AM WOLF NATION – official launch

3:15-3:30PM

Break

3:30-5:30PM

Meet The Pack

Mary D Fisher Theatre

4:00PM

Film: The War In-Between + Q&A with Apex Ambassador Pack

7:00PM

Film: The War In-Between + Q&A with Apex Ambassador Pack

Thursday, April 19

Poco Diablo Resort

9:00-9:30AM

Registration

9:30-10:30AM

Speaker: Rachel Tilseth – Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin

10:30-11:30AM

Speaker: KC York – Trap Free Montana

11:30AM-12:30PM

Speaker: Marc Cooke – Wolves of the Rockies

12:30-1:30PM

LUNCH

1:30-2:30 PM

Speaker: Apex Protection Project

2:45-5:00PM

Meet The Pack with Special Appearance by Nate Blakeslee

5:00-5:30PM

Break

5:30-6:00PM

Registration – An Evening with Nate Blakeslee, Author of American Wolf

6:00-7:00PM

An Evening with Nate Blakeslee, Author of American Wolf

7:00-9:00PM

VIP Cocktail Reception & Book Signing with Nate Blakeslee

Friday, April 20 – Co-Existence Day – Speakers + Workshop

Poco Diablo Resort

8:30-9:15AM

Registration

9:15-9:30AM

Opening Remarks/Goals for Day

9:30-10:00AM

Kevin McFee, Rancher, Arizona Department of Agriculture

10:00-10:30AM

Joe Englehart, Rancher, The Working Circle Collaborative

10:30-11:00AM

Carol Bogezi, Wildlife Science Researcher

11:00-11:15AM

Break

11:15-11:45AM

Karin Vardaman member of The Working Circle Collaborative

11:45AM-12:15PM

Mark Coats, Rancher, Rancher Predator Awareness

12:15-12:45PM

Carter Niemeyer, Formerly of the Dept. of U.S. Fish & Wildlife

12:45-1:15PM

Shane Stevenson, Co-Existence Contractor, Rancher

1:15-2:00PM

Lunch

2:00-2:30PM

Craig Miller, Defenders of Wildlife

2:30-5:30PM

Co-Existence Speakers, Panel & Workshop

5:30-7:30PM

Happy Hour with Panelists

Saturday, April 21

Poco Diablo Resort

9:30-10:00AM

Registration

10:00AM-1:00PM

Wolf Tribe Corporate Team Building

10:00AM-12:00PM

Children’s Wolf Program

6:00-9:00PM

Predator Friendly Fundraiser

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Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Facebook Page click here

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