SOUTH SALEM, N.Y. The Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem is sponsoring three excursions to Yellowstone National Park to observe wolves and other wildlife as well as the many locations that made the park famous.
The five-day/four night trips are slated for winter, fall and spring: Jan. 21-25, May 25-29 and June 24-28. They will be led by Yellowstone wildlife biologists Nathan Varley, Ph.d., and Linda Thurston, M.S,
Guests will learn from experts who have spent their lives studying the endangered wildlife of Yellowstone National Park. They will also enjoy comfortable accommodations in picturesque settings, great meals served outdoors, and fine dining at an historic lodge. There will be opportunities to visit the Mammoth Hot Spring Terraces, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, and Old Faithful Geyser. Special Yellowstone experts will share their perspectives on the recent de-listing of the wolf as an endangered species and examine additional threats to the varied species that make Yellowstone home.
Each Yellowstone Adventure with the Wolf Conservation Center is unique because the itinerary changes based on the season, which roads are open, and where wolves have been sighted.
The trip is appropriate for families with children 16 or older. The cost is $1,995 per person (double occupancy). A deposit of $500 per person due at time of booking; $500 of the fee is tax-deductible. Minimum group size is eight; maximum group size is 16. You should be able to walk up to 2 miles over uneven terrain.
Contact Spencer Wilhelm for full itinerary and details at 914-763-2373 x2 or visit www.nywolf.org .
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