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Webinars & Lectures

Experience the International Wolf Center from the comfort of your own home! Through our unique webinars, you’ll learn about wolf behavior from our ambassador wolves and hear from guest speakers who will share their knowledge and research. Join us as we provide a front row seat to teaching the world about wolves.

Want to schedule your own online class with us? Check out our WolfLink Videoconferencing Programs!

Technical specs: We use Zoom software to deliver our webinars.  Zoom is compatible with PC, Mac, Linux, Android, Blackberry and IOS (7.0 and later) platforms. All you need is an Internet connection either wired or Wi-Fi (including 3G or 4G/LTE networks). Check out Zoom’s Support Center to see if your platform is supported. Once registered for the webinar, Center staff will personally send you an email with details to help you get set up.

Note: The webinar connection times are all Central Standard Time. We do honor Daylight Saving Time. Upon registration, we will send a confirmation email with login and time details.


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anungviay_augWolf Ethology Observational highlights
Date:
Wednesday, August 2, 7 p.m.
Webinar rate: $15 Non-members, $12 Members

Ethology is the study of animal behavior. In Ethology, an ethogram is a catalog of the discrete behaviors typically employed by a species. In this webinar’s photo, Axel and Grayson are displaying a behavior codes as “RUC” or Rub under Chin which is a social greeting “to press against, then run across another wolf’s chest”. Join us for this one-hour webinar where we feature the Center’s Interactive Ethogram, teach you some codes and observe the Exhibit Pack wolves as we define their behavioral interactions. register


 

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wcs_septAutumnal Equinox
Date:
Friday, September 22, 6 p.m.
Webinar rate: $15 Non-members, $12 Members

Ethology is the study of animal behavior. In Ethology, an ethogram is a catalog of the discrete behaviors typically employed by a species. In this webinar’s photo, Axel and Grayson are displaying a behavior codes as “RUC” or Rub under Chin which is a social greeting “to press against, then run across another wolf’s chest”. Join us for this one-hour webinar where we feature the Center’s Interactive Ethogram, teach you some codes and observe the Exhibit Pack wolves as we define their behavioral interactions. register


 

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wcs_octFall is in the Air
Date:
Friday, October 6, 5 p.m.
Webinar rate: $15 Non-members, $12 Members

As the weather turns colder, wolves have a tendency to increase their dominance and will often posture for rank. The fall of 2017 is a critical time as Grayson and Axel will come into full maturity and Aidan and Denali are nearing 10 years of age. Based on our experience, this may be the season where we start seeing a rank order change. Join us as we assess the strength of our pack leader and discuss implications of retirement and a rank order change. register


 

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kgodfrey_dec2Winter snows
Date:
Friday, December 15, 4 p.m.
Webinar rate: $15 Non-members, $12 Members

As the weather turns colder, wolves have a tendency to increase their dominance and will often posture for rank. The fall of 2017 is a critical time as Grayson and Axel will come into full maturity and Aidan and Denali are nearing 10 years of age. Based on our experience, this may be the season where we start seeing a rank order change. Join us as we assess the strength of our pack leader and discuss implications of retirement and a rank order change. register


 

   

 

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