Wolf Awareness Week, October 26, 2013
Featuring John Vucetich, Wolf Expert and Specialist in Conservation Ethics
Photo Credit: Bonnie McDonald
The California Wolf Center cordially invites you to our 2013 Wolf Awareness Week fundraising event exploring the wolves of Isle Royale and the ethics of wildlife conservation. John Vucetich, Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology at Michigan Tech University and co-director of the Isle Royale wolf-moose study, will speak at both afternoon and evening programs about the unique role that wolves play in the Isle Royale ecosystem. The wolf-moose study that Dr. Vucetich helps lead is the longest continuous study of a predator-prey system in the world, focusing on the ecology of predation and how that predation can affect populations of both predators and their prey. With the future of the Isle Royale wolf population in question, Dr. Vucetich's research has never been more critical.
MAKE A RESERVATION:
Please call the California Wolf Center at 760-765-0030 or make your reservation online below. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover are accepted. Proceeds from this fundraising event will go to support the California Wolf Center's resident wolves as well as our efforts to help wolf recovery in the wild, including in our home state of California as wolves reclaim their place among California's native wildlife. Tickets are non-refundable, so please consider your ticket price a donation toward our fundraising goal.
Afternoon Program, 12-2:30 pm: The afternoon program is SOLD OUT! Stay tuned for details about our 2014 event.
The program will consist of a presentation by John Vucetich, a tour featuring the California Wolf Center's resident ambassador wolves, light refreshments, a silent auction, and an opportunity drawing.
Cost: $50/ adult and $25/ child (12 and younger)
Photo Credit: Tony Shelfo
Evening Program, 4:30-8:30 pm: The evening program is SOLD OUT! Stay tuned for details about our 2014 event.
The evening program includes a presentation by John Vucetich, a rare evening visit with resident ambassador wolves, heavy hors d'oeuvres, and a live auction.
Cost: $80/ individual and $145/ couple