"The wildlife and its habitat cannot speak, so we must and we will." - Theodore Roosevelt
Calendar of Events
Wildlife Friendlier Fence Project | June 11
Email email@example.com if you’d like to volunteer to help us remove or modify fences to reduce barriers to wildlife movement. This first public fence project of the summer is at the Huidekoper Ranch near Wilson, with a meeting location and project logistics to be emailed to volunteers directly.
Nature Mapping Certification Training | June 13
Charismatic Mini-Fauna of GTNP & Yellowstone | June 14
Join Dr. Donald Streubel, author of Small Mammals of the Yellowstone Ecosystem and Professor Emeritus Boise State, June 14 from 6:00 -8:00 p.m. at the Teton County Library. Perfect for Nature Mappers, this event is co-sponsored with Nature Mapping JH, JH Bird and Nature Club, and the Teton County Library.
Wildlife Friendlier Fence Project | June 25
Snake River Float Trips | June 26 & July 10
How can you see 458 birds and wildlife in three hours on a Sunday morning in one of the most beautiful locations in the nation without taking a single step? Four words–Snake River Float Trips! This little-known benefit of being a certified nature mapper is in full swing and you can take advantage of it on June 26th or July 10th. See what they saw on a recent trip here and sign up!