The Colorado Broads will be attending a very exciting wolf symposium in Durango, Colorado on Thursday, November 29, 2018 at Ft. Lewis College. This event is being hosted and co-sponsored by the Ft. Lewis College Department of Biology. Our exceptional speakers include the following (we're expecting to confirm three additional speakers in the coming weeks):
* Dr. Andrew Gulliford. Professor, Ft. Lewis College. Co-author of Last Stand of the Pack: Critical Edition. Title: “The Past and Future of Wolves in Colorado.”
* Dr. Tom Compton. Rancher, Colo. Cattlemen's Association Past-President (Hesperus, Colorado). Title: “A Case in Opposition to Gray Wolf Reintroduction into Colorado.”
* Dr. Diana Tomback. Professor, CU-Denver. Title: “Colorado and Gray Wolf Restoration: Habitat Suitability, Prey Base and Connectivity.”
* Carter Niemeyer. USFWS (ret.), author of Wolfer and Wolf Land. Title: “Wolf/Livestock Interactions: What to Expect"
* Mike Phillips. Executive Director, Turner Endangered Species Fund. Title: “History and Future of Wolf Recovery”
* Joe Engelhart. Rancher (British Columbia, Canada). Title: “Ranching with Wolves and Other Predators: A True-Life Story”
* Mark Pearson. Executive Director, San Juan Citizens Alliance. Topic: “Perspectives on the Colorado Wolf Management Plan”