Photo of wolf courtesy wolfwatcher.org. Reprinted with permission.
IRON RIVER, MICH. -- The public is invited to an informational/educational presentation on Michigan wolves from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. TODAY, Saturday, Feb. 15, in the J. Patrick White Conference Room at the West Iron District Library in Iron River, Michigan.
Wolf topics will range from basic biology, beneficial importance, Native American cultural significance, the recent wolf hunt, the legislative process that led to the wolf hunt, the mistruths that have been spread, and what citizens can do to restore their constitutional right to participate in the political process. A question and answer session will be part of the main presentation.
Nancy Warren from the National Wolfwatcher Coalition and Keep Michigan Wolves Protected will be the main speaker. Elder Earl Ojiingwaanigan will speak about the Wolf and its connection to Native American culture.
There will be two programs. The first presentation will be held from 1 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. It will be repeated from 3:30 p.m. until 5 p.m. Central Standard Time. During an intermission between the programs, refreshments will be served.
Native American Music Awards recipient Bobby Bullet, accompanied by Pamela Nesbit, will play and sing during part of the intermission.
The views expressed at this event do not necessarily reflect those of the West Iron District Library. For more information, please contact Richard Sloat at 906-265-0751.
Photo inset: Nancy Warren of National Wolfwatcher Coalition. (Keweenaw Now file photo by Allan Baker)