The International Wolf Center has a unique traveling exhibit, Wolves and Wild Lands, that is available to rent.
The International Wolf Center is proud to offer a traveling exhibit called Wolves and Wild Lands. The exhibit is perfect for natural history museums, zoos, academic institutions and libraries.
The exhibit brings the compelling stories of wolves and their relationship with humans to museums and other institutions nationwide.
Wolves and Wild Lands is composed of six preserved taxidermy specimens, each presented in its human and natural-history context. Species included are:
- Arctic wolf
- Mexican wolf
- Red wolf
- Rocky Mountain wolf
- Great Plains wolf
Graphics provide regional information that impacts each of these animals, providing a framework for in depth discussion. Featured topics include the most recent research and population statistics, while also including the human perspective on what it means to live with, or without, wolves.
Educational guidelines accompany the exhibition and International Wolf Center staff are available to assist in developing supplementary programming.
To learn more, or to book the exhibit, click here.
The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wildlands and the human role in their future.