International Transboundary Wolf Symposium

Human Dimensions of Wolf Ecology, Conflict, Conservation and Management 

November 8 2013 - Natural History Museum, Aarhus

Issues relating to wolf conservation, ecology and management have been the focus of conservationists, managers, the media and on the political agenda here in Denmark during the past year. In our neighboring countries and throughout nations inhabited by wolves, similar wolf related issues and conflicts have been occurring for a varying time span, and as wolf populations continue to reclaim former habitat, questions arise as to how to best manage these populations, and what conservation and management means to implement in solving arising conflicts, and how to best manage populations across boundaries and with sustainable conservation and viable populations levels as an overall objective. We aim to gather wolf specialists, ecologists and researchers, environmental organizations, students, wildlife managers, and other interest groups to share and debate knowledge, experience and recent developments pertaining to human dimensions in wolf ecology and conservation. 

Please express your interest in receiving the symposium program by replying by email to

Participation fee is 300 kr. (125 kr. for students) and includes coffee, snacks and lunch.

Register by paying the participation fee via paypal or by transferring the amount to our bank account 8401 1260449 in Merkur Bank. Please remember to state your name and email address if you make a bank transfer!


Ulve i Danmark (Danish report on wolf)

Fakta om ulv i Danmark (Danish report by the Natural History Museum)