July 9 - Swans, Beavers, and Wetlands in Jackson and Beyond

Join the Jackson Hole BIrd and Nature Club at Teton County Library’s Ordway Auditorium for this presentation on local wetland science by scientist Carl Brown.

June 29 - Public Fence Project (Location TBD)

The West is laced with thousands of miles of fence. Removing fences entirely opens up landscapes to unrestricted wildlife movement, but in many cases agricultural fences remain a necessary element of the Western landscape. The good news is that those fences can serve a purpose that meets human needs while being friendlier to wildlife movement. JHWF works with landowners to identify feasible ways to accommodate wildlife movement and make fences safer for wildlife. Fence volunteers work with us to help meet these goals on our “Public Fence Projects.” If are interested in helping out on a project, email info@jhwildlife.org to sign up. No prior experience is needed!

July 13 - Wyoming Stargazing Science Speaker Series: Life on Other Worlds

Research Scientist in the Instrument Systems Implementation and Concepts Section at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Dr. Cable was also Assistant Project Science Systems Engineer for the Cassini Mission, which explored the Saturn system. Event is 7:00pm at the Jackson Campus of Teton Science Schools. More info here. 

July 13 - Public Fence Project (Location TBD)

The West is laced with thousands of miles of fence. Removing fences entirely opens up landscapes to unrestricted wildlife movement, but in many cases agricultural fences remain a necessary element of the Western landscape. The good news is that those fences can serve a purpose that meets human needs while being friendlier to wildlife movement. JHWF works with landowners to identify feasible ways to accommodate wildlife movement and make fences safer for wildlife. Fence volunteers work with us to help meet these goals on our “Public Fence Projects.” If are interested in helping out on a project, email info@jhwildlife.org to sign up. No prior experience is needed!

July 27 - Public Fence Project (Location TBD)

The West is laced with thousands of miles of fence. Removing fences entirely opens up landscapes to unrestricted wildlife movement, but in many cases agricultural fences remain a necessary element of the Western landscape. The good news is that those fences can serve a purpose that meets human needs while being friendlier to wildlife movement. JHWF works with landowners to identify feasible ways to accommodate wildlife movement and make fences safer for wildlife. Fence volunteers work with us to help meet these goals on our “Public Fence Projects.” If are interested in helping out on a project, email info@jhwildlife.org to sign up. No prior experience is needed!

August 10 - Wyoming Stargazing Science Speaker Series: Robots on Mars

Dr. Wiens is Planetary scientist and Fellow at Los Alamos National Laboratory, and author of Red Rover: Inside the Story of Robotic Space Exploration, from Genesis to the Mars Rover Curiosity. Event begins at 7:00 pm at the Jackson Campus of Teton Science Schools. More information can be found here

August - Nature Mapping Jackson Hole Certification Training

Attend a certification training at Teton County Library to become a trained Nature Mapper. You will receive a username and password to log into our Nature Mapping Jackson Hole Website at the training. Interested individuals must email kate@jhwildlife.org to make a reservation prior to the training. Time and date TBD. 

Photo Credits:

Henry Holdsworth
Mark Gocke
Steve Morriss
Sava Malachowski
Leine Stikkel
Tim Griffith
Jon Mobeck

Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation

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25 S. Willow St., Suite 10
Jackson, WY 83001

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Jackson, WY 83002

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