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International Wolf Center

1396 Highway 169
Ely, MN 55731

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International Wolf Center
International Wolf Center
(218) 365-4695, ext 1240
wolflink@wolf.org

MN Wolflink Videoconferencing FREE

Take your students on a trip to the International Wolf Center in Ely, Minnesota without setting foot outside your own home! Using the latest technology, we offer engaging WolfLink programs for a variety of audiences via two-way videoconferencing.

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Arctic Wolves (Kindergarten or 1st Grade)

Arctic Wolves – How do wolves in the high arctic not only survive but thrive? Find out what characteristics arctic wolves have that help them live in such a harsh environment and learn how they differ from wolves in other areas of North America. Using International Wolf Center wolf ambassadors, we will observe and compare wolf characteristics and learn what makes arctic wolves so unique. Length: 45- 60 minutes

10 Free

Arctic Wolves

How do wolves in the high arctic not only survive but thrive? Find out what characteristics arctic wolves have that help them live in such a harsh environment and learn how they differ from wolves in other areas of North America. Using International Wolf Center wolf ambassadors, we will observe and compare wolf characteristics and learn what makes arctic wolves so unique. Length: 45- 60 minutes

10 Free

Wolf Pup 101 (Kindergarten or 1st Grade)

Audience: All Ages Journey with the International Wolf Center pups during their first year of life via video and audio recordings. Students will participate in interactive discussions regarding the stages of wolf development and construct blueprints of their “ideal” wolf den. See live footage of the pups practicing their instinctive behaviors within the hierarchy of the International Wolf Center ambassador wolves! Length: 30 minutes

10 Free

Pup 101

Journey with the International Wolf Center pups during their first year of life via video and audio recordings. Students will participate in interactive discussions regarding the stages of wolf development and construct blueprints of their “ideal” wolf den. See live footage of the pups practicing their instinctive behaviors within the hierarchy of the International Wolf Center ambassador wolves! Length: 45-60 minutes

10 Free

Wolf 101 (Kindergarten or 1st Grade)

My, what big ears you have! Join us as we look at the physical and social adaptations wolves use to survive in their environment. Students will be given an opportunity to observe our ambassador wolves utilizing these amazing tools before designing and creating their own imaginary animal. Length: 30 minutes

10 Free

Wolf 101

My, what big ears you have! Join us as we look at the physical and social adaptations wolves use to survive in their environment. Students will be given an opportunity to observe our ambassador wolves utilizing these amazing tools before designing and creating their own imaginary animal. Length: 45 – 60 minutes

10 Free

Wolf Research

Audience: Grades 4 and up Discover how wolf researchers have learned to track wolves! Join the International Wolf Center staff as we look at the history and methods behind tracking wolves. We will explore the reasons why wolves are tracked, what radio telemetry is and what information is gathered once they are found. What do you think we can learn from them? Length: 45 – 60 minutes

10 Free

Wolf Tales (Kindergarten or 1st Grade)

Audience: Grades 1 – 5 Who’s afraid of the “big, bad wolf”? In this interactive program, students explore the influential role that literature plays forming our views and attitudes towards wildlife. We compare and contrast two folk stories in which the wolf is a main character, then compare literary portrayals of wolves with the real thing! Length: 30 minutes

10 Free

Wolf Tales

Audience: Grades 1 – 5 Who’s afraid of the “big, bad wolf”? In this interactive program, students explore the influential role that literature plays forming our views and attitudes towards wildlife. We compare and contrast two folk stories in which the wolf is a main character, then compare literary portrayals of wolves with the real thing! Length: 45 – 60 minutes

10 Free

Wolf Ecology

Audience: Grades 3 – 7 Explore the world of the wolf! Using the wolf as a fascinating case study, students examine the important roles that predators, prey and scavengers play in three ecosystems where wolves live. Through an interactive simulation we will demonstrate the way energy and nutrients flow through an ecosystem. Length: 45 – 60 minutes

10 Free

Wolves in Wildlands

What role do wolves play in their ecosystem? How do they interact and impact the other organisms where they live? Join us for a look at these relationships and discover the importance of wildlands while your students have the opportunity to observe our live ambassador wolves!

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$9,999.99

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