August 21 - Mentoring for Conservation

How can mentors inspire and motivate the next generation of science and conservation leaders? Drawing on both personal and professional experiences, these four conservationists will reflect on early experiences that shaped their personal conservation ethic and discuss how this ethic drives their work today as scientists, educators, and mentors in their fields.

Murie Center Front Porch Conversation. 5:45 – 7 at the Murie Center in Grand Teton National Park. More information here

August 24th - Public Fence Project

Volunteers needed for full or half-day! Contact info@jhwildlife.org for details

August 27 - Filming Yellowstone's Wildlife with Remote Cameras

Join the Jackson Hole Bird and Nature Club for a very special evening as Jeff Hogan, celebrated JH cinematographer and renowned innovator in capturing wildlife on film, demonstrates the gear and techniques he uses to capture the secret lives of Yellowstone wildlife without disturbing hem. Jeff will share some amazing footage of Mountain Lions, Great Gray Owls, Beavers and other charismatic members of Greater Yellowstone’s wild kingdom! 6 – 8 at Teton County Library in the Ordway Auditorium. 

September 8 - Old Bill's Fun Run

One of the most innovative fundraisers in the nation, Old Bill’s Fun Run is also one of the most successful. In 2018, the event raised $13,316,364 from 3,808 donors. Old Bill’s has brought an astounding $159 million philanthropic dollars to our community. These funds are busy feeding the hungry, supporting the sick and elderly, teaching kids to read, protecting wildlife, building affordable housing, enriching our lives through the arts and touching the lives of everyone in Teton County.

Follow this link to make a donation to JHWF through Old Bill’s

September 14 - Public Fence Project

Volunteers needed for full or half day. Contact info@jhwildlife.org for information or to sign up.

September 28 - Public Lands Day Fence Project

Join us on a wildlife-friendlier fencing project to celebrate the legacy of public lands in the West! Email info@jhwildlife.org for more information. 

 

September TBD. - 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

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