In November, Isle Royale National Park will hold a series of public meetings to discuss the status of wolf management on the island. During the meetings, the Natural Resources team will present information about the history of wolves on Isle Royale, climate change implications, and current and future status. The presentation will be followed by an opportunity for the public to discuss natural resources, ecology, climate change, and wildlife management as well as ask questions and provide comments to park staff.
“Isle Royale has a long-standing history of broad ecosystem management” commented Park Superintendent, Phyllis Green. “I hope the public takes this opportunity to become more informed on the natural resources of the island.”
The U.P. public meeting in Houghton:
Date: November 12, 2013
Location: Franklin Square Inn, 820 Shelden Avenue
Time: 3-5pm (Presentation at 3:30 followed by open house)