Bump in the night

by Louise H. McGregor, staff writer

On Oct. 21 Karlyn Berg educated the attendees at The Edge of the Wilderness Discovery Center in Marcell on the many aspects of wolves, including their importance in the Native American traditions. photo by Louise H. McGregor
On Oct. 21 Karlyn Berg educated the attendees at The Edge of the Wilderness Discovery Center in Marcell on the many aspects of wolves, including their importance in the Native American traditions. photo by Louise H. McGregor

The Edge of the Wilderness Discovery Center in Marcell presented a program on Oct. 21 that was titled Things That Go BUMP in the Night in the Northwoods.

Doing the presentation was Karlyn Berg of Balsam, who now works at the Edge Center for the Arts in Bigfork.

The main aim of the program was to educate the attendees on the value of wolves and their relationship with humans.The content you are trying to access is only available to members. Sorry.

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