For the Hardcore Wolf Enthusiast
Want to learn about Yellowstone wolves in a really unique and up-close way? Well the Yellowstone Institute is offering classes in June (they actually have a lot of unique classes throughout the year) taught by Dr. Jim Halfpenny and Jim Garry called "Wolves of the past present and the future" where you will actually go out into Yellowstone with the instructors.
Here is a description of the class:
Discover a uniquely broad view of wolves from their evolutionary origins to interpretation of their sign to compelling renditions of classic wolf tales. In lectures and the field, you’ll learn about wolf evolution, ecology, and management from carnivore ecologist Dr. James Halfpenny and the rich cultural history of wolves from folklorist Jim Garry. During field trips, you’ll look for these magnificent canids and learn more about their restoration to Yellowstone.
Activity Level: Easy—Hikes up to 3 miles per day with elevation
gains of up to 250 feet. Some off-trail hiking is possible.
Start: June 15 at 9 a.m.
End: June 17 at 4 p.m.
There is a Testimonial page that has a long list of people saying great things about the classes offered there. Check it out!