Wolves & Coyotes with Wolf Haven International

7:00pm
8:00pm
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Free for REI Members

Free for non-members

75 spots left

Overview

  • Group size 75 people
  • Instructor Skie Bender, Education Outreach Specialist at Wolf Haven Int

This educational program presented by Wolf Haven International takes a close look at the differences and similarities between wolves, coyotes, and other wild canids. Learn about wolf and coyote biology, behavior, social structure, historical and current ranges, and ecosystem roles. As wild wolves are now naturally recolonizing back into California, the program focuses on hiking and backpacking in wolf country. We'll also look at how our domesticated dogs compare and contrast with these wild canids. The mission of the program is to embrace biodiversity and facilitate peaceful coexistence of all species. Wolf Haven International is a nationally recognized wolf sanctuary that has rescued and provided a lifetime home for 300 displaced, captive-born animals since 1982. Our mission is "To conserve and protect wolves and their habitat." Wolf Haven is accredited by both the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries and the American Sanctuary Association.

    Notes

    The Wolves and Coyotes Program examines canid biology, behavior, ranges and ecosystem roles with up to date information on wolves in CA! Skie Bender, Education Outreach Specialist for Wolf Haven International, a nonprofit sanctuary for captive born wolves will present a FREE Zoom Event about Wolves and Coyotes. What would you do if you were hiking and encountered a wolf or wolf pack? Family Program- recommended for ages 8+. Running time - 1 hr. Q and A at the end of the program!

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