This summer you’re invited to listen to the call of the wild gray wolf in Wisconsin.

Imagine the following scene. You step as quietly as you can from your vehicle in the forest, where it’s so dark, that you cannot see your hand in front of your face. You walk several feet to the front of your vehicle, and meet with the rest of the wolf howl survey group. Everyone waits … Continue reading This summer you’re invited to listen to the call of the wild gray wolf in Wisconsin.

Educating the public against anti-wolf propaganda is key to the health & welfare of Wisconsin’s gray wolf.

Making a difference for Wisconsin’s wild gray wolf through educational outreach. The best method for dispelling myths and anti-wolf propaganda is through education. A few years go I invited TWA to come to my summer school class to educate the students on Wisconsin’s Wild wolf. They came prepared with curriculum that totally engaged students. The … Continue reading Educating the public against anti-wolf propaganda is key to the health & welfare of Wisconsin’s gray wolf.

Two Wisconsin Non Profit Organizations Promote Wolf Education Based on Science.

Photograph credit John E Marriott Did you know there are two non profit organizations in Wisconsin that promote wolf education and are science based? Timber Wolf Alliance (TWA) and Timber Wolf Information Network (TWIN). A pandemic is a part of the natural world we live in. There will always be microorganisms—an extremely small living thing … Continue reading Two Wisconsin Non Profit Organizations Promote Wolf Education Based on Science.

Timber Wolf Alliance—Science, Outreach & Education

Wisconsin's Wolf Awareness Week Begins on October 20, 2010. Join Timber Wolf Alliance in celebration of Wisconsin's Gray wolf. From Timber Wolf Alliance website: In 1987, only eighteen wolves were estimated to live in Wisconsin and fewer in Upper Michigan. That year, the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute began the Timber Wolf Alliance to assist twenty-one … Continue reading Timber Wolf Alliance—Science, Outreach & Education

5 things to know for Wolf Week in Wisconsin

Source Wisconsin has more than 200 wolf packs and 28 lone wolves and you can help track them this winter. Click HERE to learn about how you can help track wolves this winter.  The state Department of Natural Resources will hold 15 workshops or classes on tracking and wolf ecology from now to February and is … Continue reading 5 things to know for Wolf Week in Wisconsin