You are invited to attend a program on the Life and Ecology of Wisconsin’s Large Furbearers of the North, presented by John Olson retired WDNR Furbearer Specialist. Olson’s presentation promises to be an informative and exciting hands‐on event.
When: December 7th, 7 pm
Where: Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, Ashland, WI
Who: Open to the public. All ages are encouraged to attend.
Olson will discuss the life and ecology of Wisconsin’s largest northern furbearers - bobcats, coyotes, wolves, cougars, lynx, and other furbearers of interest - and exhibit pelts and other artifacts.
John has been engaged in wildlife management for over 40 years. His work has included programs involving bald eagles, common loons, ospreys, black bears and wolves. In the 1990’s John began his work in furbearer management, trapper education, and humane trap research in Wisconsin, across the U.S., and other countries.
The presentation is sponsored by the Friends of the North Pikes Creek Wetlands, the Friends of the Lincoln Community Forest, and the Chequamegon Audubon Society.