Saturday, February 17, 2018, 10:00 am-12:00 pm
We welcome back the wolf educators from WolfWays to further our understanding and share current information. This is a unique opportunity to get a glimpse into the lives of these beautiful and environmentally important animals.The program will include:
- Wolf biology and behavior, covering info. about the physical characteristics of wolves
- Wolf pack (family) dynamics
- Stories that reveal the wolf’s intelligence and highly advanced social relationships. These are amazing stories taken from observations of wild wolves from wolf biologists in the field.
- The role of the wolf in the ecosystem
- Washington Wolves
WolfWays is a science based wolf education program sponsored by Oregon Wild and Wolf Haven International. Programs are available for Pre-K through 8th grade, as well as adults. Since being launched in the spring of 2014, over 3,500 young people and adults have been amazed by the story of this country’s legendary, and often misunderstood, endangered species. Presentations are available for northern Oregon and southern Washington.
- $20 suggested donation – All proceeds support wolf education & environmental stewardship.
- This class is designed for adults and older children.
- Pre-registration is required as space is limited. Register online here.
“In the end, we will conserve only what we love, we will love only what we understand, and we will understand only what we are taught.”
Joanie Beldin has been following her passion for wolves for over 35 years. She has worked on various levels to help protect and recover wolves nationwide. Drawing on her teaching background and her strong belief in the power of education, she co-founded WolfWays along with Jayme Burch in 2014. .It is her belief that planting today’s seeds will bring hope to the wolves’ future.
Sheila is very passionate about wolves and has been studying and advocating for them for over 40 years. Sheila joined the WolfWays “pack” in 2016. She believes wolves have been badly misunderstood in the past and continue to be. However, new information has shown them to have many admirable qualities in addition to their important role in protecting the environment. Sharing this information is vital.