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2017 Howl at the Moon Gala

Join us as we celebrate the remarkable, magnificent wolf!

Thursday, May 18, 2017
5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Midland Hills Country Club
2001 Fulham Street, Roseville, MN 55113

 
Social Hour, Silent Auction, Dinner, Program and Live Auction
 
 
The Evening’s Highlights:

  • Keynote Speaker, Carter Niemeyer
  • Fun, interactive contest
  • Ambassador wolf update video from Wolf Curator Lori Schmidt
  • Leader of the Pack Award

Live Auction

  • Saint Paul Saints Securian Club Seats for four. Valued at $480
  • Bison Buggy Ride for eight at the Afton, Minn. Belwin Conservancy. Valued at $500
  • “Winter Pups” 30” x 20” metal print, RootRiver Photography. Valued at $600
  • “Bull Moose” 30” x 20” metal print, RootRiver Photography. Valued at $600
  • 7-day Caribbean Cruise for two about the Royal Caribbean Rhapsody of the Seas. Valued at $2,603
Business Casual to Business Attire Recommended

 

 
Tickets:
  • $100 per person
  • Limited seating available
  • Reserve a Sponsor Table of eight for $1000 and receive premier seating, recognition during the event and mention on our program.
 

Carter C. Niemeyer
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, retired

Carter Niemeyer has Bachelor of Science (1970) and Masters (1973) degrees in wildlife biology from Iowa State University. He has been a state trapper for the Montana Department of Livestock, and a district supervisor for USDA Wildlife Services in western Montana managing and controlling large predators. He was chosen as the wolf management specialist for USDA Wildlife Services covering the states of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. In that position, he was responsible for livestock depredation investigation, as well as wolf capture and removal. Niemeyer was a member of the wolf capture team in Canada during reintroduction in the mid-1990s. In 2001 he was recruited by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to run the agency’s wolf recovery program in Idaho, and retired in 2006, coincidentally on the same day that wolf management was officially handed over to the state of Idaho. He also has worked on wolf issues in Washington, Oregon and California, as well as England, Scotland, France and Kyrgyzstan. He wrote his first memoir, Wolfer, in 2010. His second memoir, Wolf Land was published in 2016. Carter lives in Boise, Idaho with his wife, Jenny.

Unable to attend? You can make a tax-deductible donation to this fundraising event.

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