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Mark Chynoweth and Rusty Greaves

Presented by Natural History Museum of Utah at Natural History Museum of Utah, Salt Lake City UT

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Nov 21 2014
Mark Chynoweth and Rusty Greaves

Meet University of Utah biologist Mark Chynoweth and discover why large carnivores and other wildlife species are important as a natural resource. Gray wolves are often a source of human-wildlife conflict, but they play an important role as a top predator. See the equipment used in the field as Mark demonstrates what goes into capturing, tagging and tracking gray wolves. See how exciting it is to work as a wildlife biologist: learn about the challenges involved in tracking and capturing large

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$13/Adults; $11/Seniors 65 and Over and Young Adults 13-24; $9/Children 3-12; Free;Children 2 and Under, Museum Members, University of Utah Students and Faculty and Staff with Valid ID

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