Washington Wolves & People: A Pathway to Coexistence

Washington Wolves & People: A Pathway to Coexistence

Conservation Northwest / Nov 30, 2015 / Wolves

Endangered gray wolves are naturally moving back into Washington state. Photo: CNW

Join us at Woodland Park Zoo on Thursday, December 10, for a talk about Washington Wolves & People: A Pathway to Coexistence (click to view event flyer).

Attend this free event and learn about gray wolf recovery in Washington state and how the future of this endangered species will involve coexistence with people living in the Pacific Northwest.

Diane Gallegos, the Executive Director of Wolf Haven International, will summarize the history and status of Washington’s wolves. Francine Madden, co-Founder and Executive Director of the Human-Wildlife Conflict Collaboration, and facilitator for Washington’s Wolf Advisory Group (of which Conservation Northwest is a member), will discuss conservation conflict transformation and the complexity of wolf recovery today.

Visit us at our Conservation Northwest table at the event to chat with our staff and learn more about how Conservation Northwest is a leader in wolf-human conflict resolution in Washington state and how our Range Rider Pilot Project is proving that coexistence is possible!

Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; light refreshments before the presentations.
Presentation starts promptly at 7:00 p.m. and ends at 9:00 p.m.
Location: Woodland Park Zoo Education Center

(enter at North 50th Street and Fremont Avenue North, located between the Rose Garden and the Zoo’s south entrance).

RSVP: Due to limited seating RSVP’s are required and must include all the following information:

1. Your name;
2. email address;
3. where you heard about the event;
4. number of attendees in your group.

Send RSVP’s by email to conservation@zoo.org. First come, first serve.

Event is appropriate for ages 14+. We hope to see you there!