- January 12, 2018
2:00 am - 3:30 am
Wolves, Coyotes and Wildlife takes a close look at the differences and similarities between wolf and coyote biology, behavior, social structure, historical and current ranges, and ecosystem roles. As wild wolves naturally recolonize back into California, what to do if you encounter a wolf or pack of wolves while hiking? What to do if you encounter a coyote or pack of coyotes, both in the wild or in an urban situation?
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.
The program includes engaging video footage of both wild wolves and coyotes, plus the wolves at Wolf Haven, and exciting hands-on experience with animal skulls, tracks and antlers.
About Wolf Haven International
Wolf Haven International, a nationally recognized wolf sanctuary, located in South Puget Sound, between Portland, OR and Seattle, WA. has rescued and provided a lifetime home for 200 displaced, captive-born animals since 1982. Wolf Haven provides a variety of educational programs, participates in multi-agency Species Survival Plan programs for critically endangered wolves and advocates for wolves in the wild.
$6 per participant (free for members). Pre-registration is required.