Greetings wolf enthusiasts!
Thanks for your interest in TWIN – we’re a non- profit wolf education group, founded in 1989. TWIN is based in Central Wisconsin, and our sole focus is on science-based educational outreach, expressed through the several Wolf Ecology Workshops and Clinics we present each winter.
Our award-winning interactive workshops are presented by instructors that have been instrumental in wolf recovery in the Western Great Lakes, including wolf biologist and author Dick Thiel. The workshops cover the gamut of wolf topics, from the physiology and behavior of the animal, to research and monitoring techniques, and to the political vagaries that have governed the management of this iconic species. Each workshop also includes a field trip into wolf territory, where we find and follow wolf tracks, exploring the landscape from the perspective of this keystone predator. New for this year, due to popular demand, we're offering a one-day Wolf Ecology Clinic at DNR-Sandhill Outdoor Skills Center and Beaver Creek Reserve on Saturday, and for those of you that would like a more focused wolf tracking experience, we're offering an optional full-day Winter Tracking Clinic on Sunday.
We hope to see you at an upcoming workshop – two of our winter 2024 dates are set! Details and information can be found on our Workshops page. In 2024, we'll be offering our weekend workshops at Beaver Creek Reserve near Eau Claire, WI and Sandhill Outdoor Skills Center near Babcock, WI . Currently, we are in the process of establishing a third workshop location in North Central Wisconsin. We would encourage you monitor the TWIN website for updated information regarding this potential workshop. If you'd like us to address your organization at another time and place, contact us at - firstname.lastname@example.org- we can tailor our presentation to your area(s) of interest and time frame.
In the meantime, join our group! For just $12 a year, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that your funds are being used to foster continuing awareness and acceptance of wolves. If we can find a dedicated volunteer to replace our recently-retired TWIN Observer, we'll get our weekly e-newsletter of worldwide wolf news rolling again, and you'll receive it in your Inbox.
If you live in Central Wisconsin, keep an eye on our website for TWIN Board Meeting dates and consider attending a meeting – you may have talents that we can use to further our mission!
Timber Wolf Information Network