When:
January 23, 2021 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
2021-01-23T18:00:00-06:00
2021-01-23T20:00:00-06:00
Where:
Welty Environmental Center
1201 Big Hill Court
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Aaron Wilson
608-362-6212
The Trouble With Wolves Screening & Q&A 1.23.21 @ Welty Environmental Center

The Trouble With Wolves Screening & Q&A 1.23.21

The Welty Environmental Center has partnered with Wolf Haven International to bring the Stateline Area a fun educational event to learn more about the United States ecological history concerning wolves.

The Trouble with Wolves is a documentary film by Collin Monda, an award-winning director and filmmaker. The documentary explores multiple perspectives concerning wolves and how wolves impact the region in which they live. The Trouble with Wolves focuses on areas surrounding Yellow Stone National Park. The issues explored have relevant lessons for Wisconsin.

“The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will delist gray wolves from the federal list of endangered species on Jan. 4, 2021, returning management authority to the lower 48 states and tribes. Under Wisconsin law, when the wolf is delisted, the state’s annual hunting and trapping seasons shall resume. The official wolf season will begin Nov. 6, 2021.” – Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 12/4/20, Facebook

How the event will work:

  • Register below – this is a free event Sponsored by Wolf Haven International
    • Please only register if you can commit to attending the January 23rd 6pm session
  • On Wednesday, January 20th a link to view the documentary will be sent to the email used during registration
  • Watch the documentary using the link between Jan. 20th and Jan 23th at your own leisure
  • On Friday, January 22nd, a Zoom link will be sent to the email used during registration for the Discussion and Q&A session with Wolf Haven International experts
  • On Saturday, January 23rd at 6pm (Central Time) join the Zoom Discussion and Q&A session

Please Register Below

The Trouble With Wolves Screening & Q&A 1.23.21

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