Join Adrian Wydeven, Timber Wolf Alliance Coordinator, to learn about recent studies that examine wolf impact on vegetation and deer in Wisconsin and the Great Lakes area. In addition, Adrian will discuss social research on public acceptance of wolves and wolf management, and share recent developments in wolf management and how politics are affecting development of management policies in the state. Meet at 5:30 p.m. at the Rookery Pub. You may also join us for dinner and conversation after the presentation. Register by December 6 by calling the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890. $5 member/$10 non-member.