Gianna Savoie will be speaking about her film Wolverine: Chasing the Phantom at REI in Bozeman on October 19th. The talk runs from 6:30 to 8:00pm. The event is free, but limited to 30 participants. You can sign up, and find details about the location, here; there are 16 spots left, so register now if you want to reserve a seat.
Further out on the calendar, on November 9th wolverine biologist Audrey Magoun will give a talk on the discovery of wolverines in the Wallowa Mountains of Oregon. Audrey pioneered wolverine research in Alaska and developed a unique system to identify wolverines via camera-trap; it was the deployment of these camera stations last winter that provided the first evidence of wolverines in eastern Oregon since 1936. The talk will be held in Portland, at the Billy Frank Jr. Conference Center of the Ecotrust Building, 721 NW Ninth Ave. An overview of the event can be found here. This lecture is also free, but requires registration. (Are wolverines so popular that we now have to impose limits on attendance? A good sign of a growing constituency, I hope….)