Spring Bear and
Wolf Ecology Mini-Course
Monday, May 10 – Tuesday, May 11, 2004
Mini Course Description:
More wolves and wolf packs competing for increasingly scarce territory is creating a whole new set of questions for scientists to examine. Bears, at once intelligent, nurturing, ferocious, and fragile, are some of the most interesting and complex mammals in North America. Through field observation, short hikes, and classroom study we will examine the ecological, management, and conservation implications of two of Yellowstone’s most charismatic species.
Be prepared for early morning wildlife watching, and short hikes. Walks are not lengthy or strenuous, but may occur in cold or inclement weather; warm clothing and sturdy footwear are essential. We will meet at the North Entrance Education Center at 7:00pm on the first day, and end around 4pm on the last day.
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