Join us for Live! at the Museum
June 9th from 12 noon till 2pm.
Wolf biologist Jay Mallonee is going to be speaking about wolves and their habitats. The presentation will begin with a self-introduction and a brief overview of Jay’s work with wild wolves and other animals. It will be followed by a slightly in-depth presentation via video, PowerPoint of his 10+ years in the field studying the Fish Trap Pack of Montana (the longest wild wolf field study in the Western Hemisphere), how wolves live and the state of wild wolves in the U.S. A small supplemental overview will feature information on the recently returned wolves in Northeastern California .
The presentation generally runs about 2 hrs. and is geared primarily for interested teens and adults.
Donations will be gratefully accepted as Jay does not generally charge for these presentations. This will be the same presentation given to the California State Fish and Wildlife Commission, his college classes, and to a variety of interested groups.