About the Conference
Wolves have always been at the center of human-wildlife conflict, and their management is politically polarized and contentious. Furthermore, the world’s wolf population ranges across an incredibly diverse collection of countries which represent a broad spectrum of cultures, environments, economies, and government structures. This is especially true in Eurasia, where wolves cross between the borders of over 50 different nations. Variation in cultural values, political objectives, monitoring strategies, and knowledge base about local wolf populations makes cross-border management complex. Our goal is to facilitate open conversation and knowledge exchange between nations that support wolf populations and the researchers, managers, non-profits, and stakeholders that work with wolf ecology, management, and conflict resolution.
We are offering 2 virtual workshops and 1 virtual panel discussion. Anyone can sign up for free (you do not need to attend WAB to participate)!
Sign Up For Post-Conference Virtual Sessions!
The conference will be held between
May 8-11, 2023.
May 8-11, 2023
Post Conference Field Trip Dates
Join the Post Conference Field Trip from May 11-14, 2023!