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Wolf Research

from International Wolf Center

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Discover how wolf researchers have learned to track the pack!  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.  During this interactive program, students will discuss what they think researchers learn from wolves.  

All programs feature real-time observations of the International Wolf Center's ambassador wolves. 

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About This Program


By Request: $75.00
By Request Premium: $75.00

A maximum of 40 students are allowed per program. There is an additional $40 fee for each additional participating class.


45-60 minutes

Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Parent, Adult Learners

Minimum participants:

No minimum.

Maximum participants:

We suggest no more than 40 students.

Primary Disciplines

Social Studies/History, Sciences, Technology/Information Science

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Provider's Cancellation Policy

We will not charge for programs cancelled due to snow days or other natural occurrences. The full fee will be charged for programs cancelled with less than two business days notice.

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International Wolf Center

Ely, MN
United States

The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wild lands and the human role in their future. WolfLink videoconferencing programs feature dynamic, interactive learning experiences and real-time viewing of our resident ambassador wolves running, playing, napping or tussling in their naturalized northern Minnesota habitat.

Cameron Feaster

Program Details


1. Observation of ambassador wolves at the International Wolf Center.
2. Overview of research history and methods.
3. Discuss what data is gathered from a located wolf.
4. Discuss how to interpret the gathered data.
5. Discuss how this information affects interactions with people and management of wolf populations.
6. Brainstorm questions for future wolf research.
7. Question and answer time.


Students will be able to:
- define radio telemetry, territory, dispersal and triangulation
- describe how researchers determine wolf pack territory size

Standards Alignment

National Standards

As a result of their activities, all students should develop an understanding of:
• The characteristics of organisms
• Life cycles of organisms
• Organisms and environments
As a result of their activities, all students should develop an understanding of:
• Structure and function in living systems
• Regulation and behavior
• Populations and ecosystems
• Diversity and adaptations of organisms
As a result of their activities, all students should develop an understanding of:
• Types of resources
• Changes in environments
• Populations, resources, and environments
As a result of their activities in grades 5-8, all students should develop:
• Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry
• Understandings about scientific inquiry