A 501(c) Organization
Wolf Education Programs With Our Lupine Friend! A New Jersey teacher educates all about wolves!
Wolf Visions is dedicated to the education, preservation, and restoration of the wolf.
We are here to dispel the myths and legends about the "Big Bad Wolf" and to reveal the importance of their role in keeping a balanced ecosystem.
The message the wolves howl is: "Little Red Riding Hood Lied!"
Wolf Visions' presentations provide
information to develop a basic understanding of communication
within a wolf pack and their social structure.
a visual slide show to
enhance the audience's understanding of wolf communication and behavior within a pack.
The slides also discuss the Yellowstone wolf restoration
and the importance of the wolf within its ecosystem.
Viewers are given the opportunity to participate in a question and answer period.
The highlight of the program is the introduction of our lupine friend.
Visions provides presentations for schools, libraries, scouts, clubs,
environmental centers, and community events.
Wolf is a born teacher, pathfinder, innogvator, and self starter.
A forerunner who brings new ideas to share.
If Wolf influences you, your strong sense of family and sharing may inspire you to share knowledge by writing or lecturing.
Wolf encourages you to expand your views and to look at new ideas.
Don't just howl at the moon.....
Reach for it!
Facts To Remember . . .
There has never been a documented case of a healthy wolf attacking a human being in the United States.
Wolves live in extended family groups called packs and maintain a well-defined social structure.
Gray wolves (timber wolves) come in many colors ranging from black, white, or with various shades of gray and brown.
Wolves are extremely shy of humans and will avoid them in the wild.
Upcoming Public Appearances:
April 1 - 2 - Pequest Open House and Sportsmen's Flea Market, Oxford, NJ - 10 A.M. - 4 P.M.
April 30 - Trailside Nature and Science Center, Mountainside, NJ - Wild Earth Fest - 11 A.M. - 5 P.M.
May 13 - Readington River Buffalo Watch, 937 County Rd. 523 - 9 A.M. - 5 P.M.
June 4 - Vernon Day - Maple Grange Park - 11 A.M. - 4 P.M.
June 29 - William E. Dermody Free Library, Carlstadt - 3:30 P.M.
June 29 - Mt. Arlington Adult Community - 7:00 P.M.
July 6 - Bound Brook Memorial Library - 2:00 P.M.
July 7 - East Rutherford Library @ Civic Center 37 Vreeland Ave. - 2:00 P.M.
July 15 - Wagner Farm Arboretum - Festival of Nature. Warren Twp, NJ - 11 A.M. - 3 P.M.
August 19 - Wharton Canal Day, Hugh Force Canal Park, 270 West Central Ave. - 10 A.M. - 5 P.M.
October 21 - Dog Walk of the Dead (One Step Closer Animal Rescue) - Sussex Co. Fair Grounds - 11 - 4
Other presentations for scouts, schools, etc. are not listed.
"To look into the eyes of a wolf is to see into another world."
"Improving on nature is impossible. Restoring it is imperative."
Wolf Visions . . .Wolf Education with our Lupine friend!
To schedule a presentation, please contact:
Ask for: Vinnie Reo
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