International Wolf Center presents:
Frontiers of Wolf Recovery: Southwestern U. S. and the World
October 1-4, 2005
Antlers Hilton Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Register now at www.wolf.org ! This international wolf conference happens only once every five years!
Frontiers of Wolf Recovery is a landmark gathering of experts, educators, and concerned citizens from more than 20 countries who will bring together the world's collective knowledge about wolves and wolf-human coexistence. The groundbreaking conference program features cutting edge wolf research, an unprecedented focus on the human dimension of wolf conservation, and the candid voices of the rural people who actually coexist with wolves.
Highlighting fresh ideas and pioneering partnerships, Frontiers of Wolf Recovery is the place where the innovative wolf conservation solutions of tomorrow will be forged.
Conference highlights include:
Keynote and plenary presentations by wolf experts around the world including L. David Mech and Luigi Boitani.
An open meeting of the IUCN Wolf Specialist Group, the official global forum where scientists from around the world exchange expertise about wolves.
Plenary sessions on wolf recovery in the Southwestern U.S. and Mexico.
A special Frontiers of Wolf Education Day just for educators on Saturday, October 1.
Reports on the efforts of ranchers, hunters, and environmentalists to craft consensus wolf conservation policy.
A “Town Hall” meeting with the many voices of the southwest.
Register now at www.wolf.org !
To register or for more information please visit www.wolf.org.
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