Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Gates Lecture Hall, University of Michigan Biological Station on Douglas Lake, 9133 Biological Rd., Pellston.
This is part of our Summer Lecture Series. All events are free and open to the public.In the summer, 2010, trackers from the federal and state governments live trapped a wolf cub in Emmet County. This evidence of breeding confirmed the return of wolves to Michigan’s lower peninsula after a century’s absence. Learn about Michigan’s timber wolves and hear an update on the county’s resident pack. Mike Crowley is a retired professor from the City Colleges of Chicago and a volunteer with the Timber Wolf Alliance. Mike Roell is a wildlife biologist for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment.