WHAT DOES THE DNR DO TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ON WOLVES?
Tonight I sat through the wolf information webinar hosted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and one of the statements made by Dan Stark, the DNR's Large Carnivore Specialist, is that part of what the DNR does as part of their wolf management plan is population monitoring, enforcement, information and education, research, and funding. He said information and education was what people learn at the Wildlife Science Center and the International Wolf Center. Since the International Wolf Center (IWC) and the Wildlife Science Center (WSC) are not owned or operated by the Minnesota DNR I asked the following question:DNR website. He also said he wants to foster a relationship with organizations that already educate the public and doesn't think the DNR needs to duplicate that. At that point Glenn DelGiudice, DNR Moose Project Leader, jumped in to say the DNR collaborates with the Wildlife Science Center and the Minnesota Zoo but didn't elaborate to say what the collaboration looks like.