Lamar Valley Wolf Week III
Lamar Buffalo Ranch
Shauna Baron, M.S.
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Immerse yourself in the wolf's winter world! The focus of this program is an immersion into the world of Yellowstone’s wolves—searching for wolves and their prey, observing behavior, learning about wolf conservation and management, and interacting with wolf researchers, managers, and other experts in the field. Each morning, you’ll hit the road and head out to strategic viewing points to observe wolves. Some of the afternoons, you’ll go off the beaten path, venturing into wolf territory on snowshoe (weather dependent) excursions to learn about their habitat and behavior. This special week includes catered meals that begin with dinner the first evening and end with continental breakfast on the last day.
Course letter coming soon!
About the instructor
Shauna Baron, M.S., was a resident instructor for the Yellowstone Association Institute for more than a decade. She has studied large and small carnivores and worked with the Colorado-based Mission Wolf captive wolf program and US Fish and Wildlife Service Red Wolf Project, as well as volunteering for the Yellowstone Wolf Project.
We are continually updating and refining our COVID-19 mitigation measures to ensure the health and safety our guests, staff and volunteers. Read our COVID-19 guidelines for program participants.