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Medicine of the Wolf

MEDICINE OF THE WOLF goes deep into the northern Minnesota landscape to investigate the intrinsic value of the wolf through the eyes of renowned National Geographic photographer Jim Brandenburg, who has photographed and studied wolves in the field for 45 years. Brandenburg provides rare glimpses into their world, conveying the beauty and intelligence of the wolf, while uncovering the misunderstandings and fear we still have of them.

Discussion will be led by Dr. Ron Carroll, Professor Emeritus of Ecology at the UGA Odum School of Ecology and former Director of the Institute of Ecology, who was involved in the successful reintroduction and release of the Mexican Wolf in Arizona and New Mexico. Before reintroduction it was considered extinct in the U.S. with only remnant populations left in remote mountains of Mexico.

Sponsored by Speak Out for Species and the UGA Office of Sustainability as part of the Animal Voices Film Festival.

UGA Zell B. Miller Learning Center room 148
48 Baxter Street