PWV member, Pete R., shares his experiences as a graduate student live-trapping wolverines in the Flathead National Forest south of Glacier National Park during the winters of 1975-76 and 1976-77. The wolverine study headed by Dr. Maurice G. Hornocker was the first research study of live wolverines using radio telemetry. In his presentation, Pete discusses the logistics of live trapping and radio-collaring wolverines, winter life in the backcountry, the results of Dr. Hornocker’s five-year research study, and current threats to wolverines. Pete spent three-and-a-half months each winter season living in the backcountry live-trapping wolverines. Presented as a Zoom presentation February 2022.