Conflict with humans is a threat to the successful recovery of wolves, grizzly bears, and other carnivores across the American West. Join the WCC and biologist Melissa DiNino for an in-depth exploration of conflict and coexistence outside the borders of Yellowstone National Park. Guests will learn about the methods used to help humans coexist with predators, hear first-hand accounts from the field, and discuss the complex issues that continue to challenge these efforts. After the talk, guests will visit ambassador wolves Atka, Alawa, Nikai, and Zephyr. This program is for adults 21 years and older.
Pre-registration is required.
Ages: Adults 21+
Fee: $20 per person
Please remember to drink responsibly. We will have local taxi company information available at the event. Thank you!
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South Salem, NY 10590
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