Western Wildlife Conservancy is pleased to invite you to a free a Zoom webinar.
Please register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing all you need to join the webinar on the 20th.
Dr. David Stoner (Research Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Wildland Resources @Utah State University) originally hailed from California where he worked for the United States Geological Survey, California Fish and Game, and the U.S. Forest Service. Today at Utah State University, David conducts applied ecological research on terrestrial ecosystems at landscape scales. David has frequently worked with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, including studying cougar movement and foraging patterns as well as conducting population estimates of this species in Utah. See David’s website: https://qcnr.usu.edu/
Free Wolf School!
Wolf School is your opportunity to deepen your understanding of wolves, wolf ecology, biology and the issues they face for their survival in British Columbia and around the world. Designed by Raincoast Conservation Foundation, the program aims to broaden the public’s understanding of wolves, especially the wild population of wolves in British Columbia. Over the course of six live webinars you’ll be invited to hear from and pose questions to a range of experts from various backgrounds.
The first class was tonight but each session will be recorded and posted so you can see them all no matter your schedule! A big thank you to the Wolf Conservation Center and the Raincoast Conservation Foundation for putting this on!
Learn more and register at: https://nywolf.org/wolf-school/
Author Series – Rick McIntyre: The Rise of Wolf 8
When: October 26, 2019
Where: Sundance Resort – Tree Room; 8841 North Alpine Loop, Sundance, UT 84604