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9th Annual Adirondack Habitat Awareness Day

"The Economic Benefits of Rewilding the Adirondacks", at Adirondack Almanack, by Steve Hall


Adirondack Wildlife Refuge

9th Annual Adirondack Habitat Awareness Day

September 4th, 2016, 10 AM to 4 PM

Contact us at 855-Wolf-Man, 914-772-5983, or info@AdirondackWildlife.org

Grounds open at 10 am for meeting wildlife, getting tours from interns, and hiking the wolf walk trail

 Change in the Adirondacks: Agenda

All events in Main Tent, except ongoing Wolf, Coywolf & Raptor presentations out in the enclosure areas

 

 

10:00 – 11:00

Steve Hall with Hannah Tennant and Mark Laske, Wolf Gathering Presentation: The Importance of Wolves to the Environment, a Year in the Lives of a Wolf Pack & How Did We Create Dogs From Wolves? Ongoing, At the Wolf Wood Enclosure.

10:30 - ongoing

What are Coywolves? What do they do, and why do we have them in the Adirondacks? Tommy Mingoia and Carolyn Matuc, of Paul Smiths College, at Coywolf Enclosure.

11:00

Wendy Hall: Welcome to Adirondack Wildlife Habitat Awareness Day. Why We Rehab & Release. Main Tent.

11:15

Russ Crispell, Univ of Buffalo, Teddy Roosevelt National Park Centennial presentation. Main Tent.

Noon

Prof Curt Stager, Paul Smiths College, Climate Change in the Adirondacks. Main Tent

12:40

John & Pat Thaxton,  ADK Wildlife Board Members: Bicknells Thrush and other developments among Adirondack Birds. Main Tent.

1:00

Brendan Wiltse, Ausable River Association: Road salts and Waterway. Main Tent.

2:00

Steve Hall, Adirondack Wildlife Refuge:  Update on Adirondack Wolf, Bear, Mountain lion and Moose status. Main tent.

3:10

Mark Manske of Adirondack Raptor: Merlin banding and Release. Wendy Hall of Adirondack Wildlife: Closing Remarks. Main tent.


 

No admission fee. Donations greatly appreciated, and will go towards furthering the Rehab and Release, as well as Educational Programs of Adirondack Wildlife. There will be Adirondack Wildlife Interns & employees doing presentations with birds of prey, such as eagles, great horned owls, hawks,  & mammals such as gray and red foxes, bobcat, coyote, etc. Steve, Alex, Hannah or Mark will be in the wolf pen at all times, doing presentations, facilitating discussions with passersby, as well as answering questions about wolves, moose and bears. There will be organic and natural refreshments.

Black bear by Steve HallBull moose in September by Steve HallCougar Gray wolf

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Map of Refuge with Hiking Trails

There are two miles of Sign-Guided Family Friendly Trails at the Wildlife Refuge

Wolves of Isle Royale National Park

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Contact Information
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Adirondack Wildlife Refuge & Rehabilitation Center

Steve & Wendy Hall

PO Box 555, 977 Springfield Road, Wilmington, NY 12997

Toll Free: 855-Wolf-Man (855-965-3626)

Cell Phones: 914-715-7620 or 914-772-5983

Office Phone: 518-946-2428

Fax: 518-536-9015

Email us: info@AdirondackWildlife.org