Wolf Conservation Center: Introduction to North American Wolves’ Webinar

While wolves in the United States once numbered in the millions, conflicts with humans and federal extermination programs over the past 200 years brought the species to the brink of extinction. Fortunately, those numbers have finally begun to recover, thanks in part to organizations like one just 1.5 hours north of NYC, which has been helping wolves, and educating the public on this misunderstood animal, for nearly 20 years.

Join New York Adventure Club for a virtual introduction to wolves with the Wolf Conservation Center, an environmental education organization working to protect and preserve red wolves and Mexican gray wolves in North America, two critically endangered wolf species.

Led by a staff member of the Wolf Conservation Center, our virtual experience will include:

  • The history of the Wolf Conservation Center, from its founding by Hélène Grimaud in 1999 to current management of over 45 wolves qualified for wild-release
  • An overview of wolves, from the history, ecology, and biology of wolves, to the current challenges facing wolf recovery across the United States
  • live stream of the Endangered Species Facility to see and learn about the red wolves, Mexican gray wolves, and “ambassador wolves” at the Wolf Conservation Center

Afterward, we’ll have a Q&A with the WCC — any and all questions about wolves are welcomed and encouraged!

Can’t make it live? Don’t worry, you’ll have access to the full replay for one week!

See you there, virtually!

*Immediately upon registering, you will receive a separate, automated email containing the link to join this webinar

**For the best possible viewing experience, please ensure you’re using the latest version of your internet browser — Google Chrome is the most compatible. Exact technical requirements and a webinar user guide will be shared in the automated confirmation email upon registration.

***A full replay of the experience will be available to all registered guests for up to a week

Testimonials

“The idea of taking people stuck indoors to a sanctuary is heavenly. Me and all my friends who signed up had it to look forward to all week. The live webcams that she told us about — where we saw the wolves in their habitat — were the best.” -Deb

“It was fun to have the chat stream right now. It was so neat to learn about the wolves in so much detail and to go on this adventure!” -Holly

“I liked all of the interesting and informative content and the beautiful photos of the different wolves.” -Ann

“The speaker was excellent. She was so knowledgeable and yet her manner was never stilted. She answered all our questions and was so respectful of her work and out interest.” -Jane

“This was so informative and interesting! thank you to everyone involved!” -Helen

“I’m glad I saw it because if gives me a different exposure to the concept of animals in the wild.” -Patricia

“Narrator was so well informed and videos were wonderful.” -Maria

“Regan knows the subject very well, and she gave a very comprehensive, interesting presentation” -Joseph

“Very well researched. Easy to flow along with speaker and slides.” -Linda

“Great stories about how wolf reintroduction works (with photos).” -Judy

“Very interesting and informative!” -Heather

“Really one of the best we have done from NY Adventure Club. More like this would be good” -Judith











When: Fri., Jan. 29, 2021 at 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Where: No Location
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Price: $10
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While wolves in the United States once numbered in the millions, conflicts with humans and federal extermination programs over the past 200 years brought the species to the brink of extinction. Fortunately, those numbers have finally begun to recover, thanks in part to organizations like one just 1.5 hours north of NYC, which has been helping wolves, and educating the public on this misunderstood animal, for nearly 20 years.

Join New York Adventure Club for a virtual introduction to wolves with the Wolf Conservation Center, an environmental education organization working to protect and preserve red wolves and Mexican gray wolves in North America, two critically endangered wolf species.

Led by a staff member of the Wolf Conservation Center, our virtual experience will include:

  • The history of the Wolf Conservation Center, from its founding by Hélène Grimaud in 1999 to current management of over 45 wolves qualified for wild-release
  • An overview of wolves, from the history, ecology, and biology of wolves, to the current challenges facing wolf recovery across the United States
  • live stream of the Endangered Species Facility to see and learn about the red wolves, Mexican gray wolves, and “ambassador wolves” at the Wolf Conservation Center

Afterward, we’ll have a Q&A with the WCC — any and all questions about wolves are welcomed and encouraged!

Can’t make it live? Don’t worry, you’ll have access to the full replay for one week!

See you there, virtually!

*Immediately upon registering, you will receive a separate, automated email containing the link to join this webinar

**For the best possible viewing experience, please ensure you’re using the latest version of your internet browser — Google Chrome is the most compatible. Exact technical requirements and a webinar user guide will be shared in the automated confirmation email upon registration.

***A full replay of the experience will be available to all registered guests for up to a week

Testimonials

“The idea of taking people stuck indoors to a sanctuary is heavenly. Me and all my friends who signed up had it to look forward to all week. The live webcams that she told us about — where we saw the wolves in their habitat — were the best.” -Deb

“It was fun to have the chat stream right now. It was so neat to learn about the wolves in so much detail and to go on this adventure!” -Holly

“I liked all of the interesting and informative content and the beautiful photos of the different wolves.” -Ann

“The speaker was excellent. She was so knowledgeable and yet her manner was never stilted. She answered all our questions and was so respectful of her work and out interest.” -Jane

“This was so informative and interesting! thank you to everyone involved!” -Helen

“I’m glad I saw it because if gives me a different exposure to the concept of animals in the wild.” -Patricia

“Narrator was so well informed and videos were wonderful.” -Maria

“Regan knows the subject very well, and she gave a very comprehensive, interesting presentation” -Joseph

“Very well researched. Easy to flow along with speaker and slides.” -Linda

“Great stories about how wolf reintroduction works (with photos).” -Judy

“Very interesting and informative!” -Heather

“Really one of the best we have done from NY Adventure Club. More like this would be good” -Judith

Buy tickets/get more info now