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International Wolf Symposium 2022

International Wolf Symposium 2022

October 13-16

All Events listed in Yellow are held in the Northland Ballroom

FRIDAY

  • 6:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Breakfast
  • 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. — Registration in Northland Prefunction Area
  • 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. — Retail Sales in Northland Prefunction Area
  • 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. — Exhibit and Poster Hours
  • 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. — Silent Auction
  • 8:00-8:20 WELCOME REMARKS Nancy jo Tubbs, Rob Schultz, Judy Hunter and Debbie Hinchcliffe
  • 8:20-9:45 PLENARY - WOLVES of the WORLD with Sabina Nowak, Yadvendradev Jhala, Brent Patterson, Shannon Barber-Meyer and Dean Cluff – Moderator: Nancy Gibson
  • 9:45-10:00 BREAK

ELM CREEK

WOLF
ECOLOGY

Competition on Two Legs and Four: Impacts of Wolf- Cougar Co-occurrence on Resource Selection and Survival Across an Anthropogenic Gradient 

Lauren Satterfield

Apex Carnivore Competition: Predation Patterns of Wolves and Cougars in an Area of Sympatry 

Elizabeth Orning

Patterns of Niche Partitioning and Overlap between Sympatric Wolves and Snow Leopards in the Mountains of Central Asia 

Shannon Kachel

Non-Lethal Methods of Preventing Livestock Depredation. 

Suzanne Stone

HENNEPIN I

WOLF
ECOLOGY

Competition on Two Legs and Four: Impacts of Wolf- Cougar Co-occurrence on Resource Selection and Survival Across an Anthropogenic Gradient 

Lauren Satterfield

Apex Carnivore Competition: Predation Patterns of Wolves and Cougars in an Area of Sympatry 

Elizabeth Orning

Patterns of Niche Partitioning and Overlap between Sympatric
Wolves and Snow Leopards in the Mountains of Central Asia 

Shannon Kachel

Non-Lethal Methods of Preventing Livestock Depredation. 

Suzanne Stone

HENNEPIN II

WOLF CONSERVATION,
EDUCATION & OUTREACH

Competition on Two Legs and Four: Impacts of Wolf- Cougar Co-occurrence on Resource Selection and Survival Across an Anthropogenic Gradient 

Lauren Satterfield

Apex Carnivore Competition: Predation Patterns of Wolves and Cougars in an Area of Sympatry 

Elizabeth Orning

Patterns of Niche Partitioning and Overlap between Sympatric
Wolves and Snow Leopards in the Mountains of Central Asia 

Shannon Kachel

HENNEPIN III

WOLF-HUMAN
INTERACTIONS

Competition on Two Legs and Four: Impacts of Wolf-Cougar Co-occurrence on Resource Selection and Survival Across an Anthropogenic Gradient Lauren Satterfield

Apex Carnivore Competition: Predation Patterns of Wolves and Cougars in an Area of Sympatry

Elizabeth Orning

Patterns of Niche Partitioning and Overlap between Sympatric
Wolves and Snow Leopards in the Mountains of Central Asia 

Shannon Kachel

ARBOR LAKES

DISTRIBUTION OF WOLVES
AROUND THE WORLD

Competition on Two Legs and Four: Impacts of Wolf- Cougar Co-occurrence on Resource Selection and Survival Across an Anthropogenic Gradient 

Lauren Satterfield

Apex Carnivore Competition: Predation Patterns of Wolves and Cougars in an Area of Sympatry 

Elizabeth Orning

Patterns of Niche Partitioning and Overlap between Sympatric
Wolves and Snow Leopards in the Mountains of Central Asia

Shannon Kachel

LAKE MICHIGAN

WOLF MANAGEMENT
AND POLICY

Competition on Two Legs and Four: Impacts of Wolf- Cougar Co-occurrence on Resource Selection and Survival Across an Anthropogenic Gradient 

Lauren Satterfield

Apex Carnivore Competition: Predation Patterns of Wolves and Cougars in an Area of Sympatry 

Elizabeth Orning

Patterns of Niche Partitioning and Overlap between Sympatric
Wolves and Snow Leopards in the Mountains of Central Asia 

Shannon Kachel

  • 11:30-1:00 LUNCH in the Northland Ballroom
  • 12:15-12:45 POSTER SESSION Q & A
  • 1:00-2:00 PLENARY - ELLESMERE ISLAND with Dave Mech, Dan MacNulty, Morgan Anderson and Kira Cassidy – Moderator: Dean Cluff

ELM CREEK

WOLF
ECOLOGY

Conservation of the Evolutionary Unique Himalayan Wolf of the Asian High Altitudes 

Geraldine Werhahn

HENNEPIN I

WOLF
ECOLOGY

Howling Demands: The Role of Psychobiological Mechanisms of Sociability in Approval and Censorship Behaviors in Wolf Packs 

Matheus de Mesquita
Silveira

Howling Demands: The Role of Psychobiological Mechanisms of Sociability in Approval and Censorship Behaviors in Wolf Packs 

Matheus de Mesquita
Silveira

HENNEPIN II

WOLF CONSERVATION,
EDUCATION & OUTREACH

Wisconsin’s Volunteer Carnivore Tracking Program: A Citizen Science Success Story

Adrian Wydeven

Are Livestock Guarding Dogs a Viable Tool for Preventing Damages in Open Range Livestock? A Case Study from Portugal 

Francisco Petrucci-
Fonseca

HENNEPIN III

WOLF-HUMAN
INTERACTIONS

In Between the Wolf and the Dog: Shaping Perceptions of Wolf Conservation in the Anthropocene 

Austin Hoffman

ARBOR LAKES

DISTRIBUTION OF WOLVES
AROUND THE WORLD

From Kishinena to POM: Wolf Recovery in the Rocky Mountains, USA

Diane Boyd 

The Current Situation of Wolf-Restoration in Japan

Narumi Nambu 

LAKE MICHIGAN

WOLF MANAGEMENT
AND POLICY

Challenges in Wolf Management in Croatia

Josip Kusak 

Population Estimates and Distribution of Wolves in Minnesota 

Dan Stark

  • 3:00-3:15 BREAK
  • 3:15-4:00 DEBATE-MEXICAN WOLF RECOVERY PLAN with Jim Heffelfinger and Mike Phillips – Moderator: Nancy jo Tubbs
  • 4:10-5:30 SPECIAL PRESENTATION: 20 YEAR HISTORY of WOLVES in YELLOWSTONE with Doug Smith and Bob Landis – Moderator: Shannon Barber-Meyer
  • 5:30 DINNER ON YOUR OWN
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