Wolves

©Chad Richardson, International Wolf Center

It's not so much "who's afraid of the big, bad wolf" as it is who the big, bad wolf is afraid of.

Whether is was a bee sting or some other cub-hood trauma, Boltz, part of the International Wolf Center's ambassador pack, is afraid of flying insets.

Really afraid.

So while the staff at the Center may grin and roll their eyes a bit, they're taking it seriously.  Because among wolves, there are serious consequences for pack members who don't "act normal."

Northland College

After 32 years working for Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources, wolf biologist Adrian Wydeven is no stranger to politics.

That's just one of the skills that will serve him well in his new position as coordinator of the Northland College Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute's Timber Wolf Alliance program.

D. Berus / International Wolf Center

  We talk with Kelly Godfrey, Program Director of International Wolf Center in Ely, Minnesota.  Their ongoing efforts to educate the world about wolves and their place in the ecosystem include a series of wolf webinars.  On September 23rd, a webinar will be given about pack dynamics and a review of 26 years of work from the International Wolf Center.