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Wild Wolf Watching in Yellowstone National Park

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Wild Wolf Watching in Yellowstone National Park

Thursday, February 9, 7:00 – 8:30pm
Broadcast virtually over Zoom

Presented by Bruce and Kelly Hazen, Yellowstone Citizen Science Group – Wolf Behaviour Observations
 
Yellowstone National Park is known as the best place in the world to see wolves in the wild. Over the past 16 years, Bruce and Kelly Hazen have watched wolves in Yellowstone during their twice a year visits. Learn the insider tips and tricks to making the most of your wolf watching adventure. Topics include: where, when, and how to comfortably observe wild wolf behaviour. Safe wolf watching etiquette along with essential equipment and supply needs. You will learn what to expect during a typical day in the life of a wolf watcher. Hint: Be crepuscular.
 
Over the last 16 years, Bruce and Kelly Hazen have contributed their wolf behavior observations to a Yellowstone citizen scientist group. Kelly has a degree in Exotic Animal Training and trained a captive Gray Wolf. In addition, Kelly worked as a wildlife biologist for Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, and appeared in 2 Oregon Field Guide Television programs. She published her citizen scientist studies and gives talks about Arctic White Geese, Greater Sage-Grouse, and Snowy Owls. She currently volunteers at the High Desert Museum in Bend Oregon, where she leads Nature Walks, Carnivore Talks, and narrates the Raptors of the Desert Sky program.
 
 
Photo courtesy of Kelly Hazen



Event Details

February 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm