Wolves and Wild Lands

Exhibition Name:
Wolves and Wild Lands

Outhouse Exhibit Services, Inc. is pleased to announce a new partnership with the International Wolf Center. The Center’s traveling exhibition, entitled Wolves and Wild Lands in the 21st Century, will be joining the ranks of Outhouse Exhibit Services’ traveling exhibitions offerings. The International Wold Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wild lands, and the human role in their future. Located in Ely, Minnesota, the Center features a live wolf Exhibit Pack and an Interpretive Center where visitors can explore important issues involving wolves. The traveling exhibit, “Wolves and Wild Lands” brings these compelling stories of wolves and their relationship to humans to museums and other institutions nationwide. For example, did you know that wolves once occupied every habitat in North America, from mid Mexico to the polar ice pack? Human encroachment has led to diminished territories and prey for most wolves, but much important work is being done to find a way towards harmony between wolves and people. The exhibit is comprised of seven preserved taxidermy specimens, each presented in its human and natural-history context. Species included are: Arctic Wolf Mexican Wolf Coyote Red Wolf Rocky Mountain Wolf Great Plains Wolf Graphics provide regional information that impacts each of these animals, providing a framework for in depth discussion. Educational guidelines accompany the exhibition as well for seamless programming initiatives.

Natural History
Primarily Consists of:
Objects, 3-Dimensional (in cases/vitrines)
1,000 square feet
Venue duration:
twelve weeks (negotiable)
December 2020 and beyond
Special Requirements:

Moderate security

Previous Venues:
Mia Schillace Nelson, Tour Manager

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