August 22: Front Porch Conversations at the Murie Ranch, panel discussion "The Future of Public Lands in a Shifting Cultural Landscape"

Featuring Grace Anderson, Skye Schell, Zoeey Carter Wilkinson, and Millie Jimenez.

Front Porch Conversations at The Murie Ranch facilitate dialogue with experts in their field surrounding key themes and topics. This year’s theme is Voices for the Land. Wednesdays from 5:45 to 7 p.m.  Free to attend with no advance registration required. We recommend bringing a warm jacket as evenings at The Murie Ranch can be chilly.

August 25: Wildlife Friendlier Fencing Project (Volunteer Opportunity)
August 27: Nature Mapping Certification Training at Teton County Library

Learn the tools and methods to join the our citizen science community of Nature Mapping Jackson Hole at this informative 90-minute training. Once certified, you will be able to record all of your wildlife observations and contribute to our local knowledge base. Training starts at 5:30 p.m. at the Teton County Library’s Ordway Auditorium. Please RSVP to kate@jhwildlife.org for more details and to register in advance.

August 28: JH Bird and Nature Club - "Out of the Woods: Seeing Nature in the Everyday" - Julia Corbett, author

The presentation begins at 6 pm at the teton County Library’s Ordway Auditorium.

September 5: Front Porch Conservations at the Murie Ranch, Stories from the Field: Citizens shaping the future of conservation in Wyoming with Lisa McGee, Executive Director, Wyoming Outdoor Council

Front Porch Conversations at The Murie Ranch facilitate dialogue with experts in their field surrounding key themes and topics. This year’s theme is Voices for the Land. Wednesdays from 5:45 to 7 p.m.  Free to attend with no advance registration required. We recommend bringing a warm jacket as evenings at The Murie Ranch can be chilly.

September 8: Old Bill's Fun Run
Join others in the community for the annual Old Bill’s Fun Run celebration! Visit with our staff and board members at Booth 66 near the elk antler aches at the northeast corner of the Town Square. We’ll have fun materials and activities to share!
September 11: JH Bird and Nature Club: "Snowy Owls - 30 Years of Banding" - Norman Smith, Massachusetts Audubon

The presentation begins at 6 pm at the Teton County Library’s Ordway Auditorium.

September 16, 23 and 30: Snake River Nature Mapping Surveys (Volunteer Mappers Needed)

Join us to float an 8-mile section of the Snake River, from the Wilson Bridge to the riverside tipi camp of Jackson Hole Vintage Adventures. Along the way, we record all observations of birds and mammals as part of our systematic survey of riparian life in this vital Snake River corridor. The cost is just $30 to support basic expenses and guide support for Jackson Hole Vintage Adventures, who otherwise donate the trip for the good of Nature Mapping Jackson Hole. Sign up for any of these three trips by emailing Kate Gersh at kate@jhwildlife.org.

September 20: Nature Mapping Certification Training at Teton County Library
Learn the tools and methods to join the our citizen science community of Nature Mapping Jackson Hole at this informative 90-minute training. Once certified, you will be able to record all of your wildlife observations and contribute to our local knowledge base. Training starts at 5:30 p.m. at the Teton County Library’s Ordway Auditorium. Please RSVP to kate@jhwildlife.org for more details and to register in advance.
November 9: Wyoming Stargazers presents "Preserving dark night skies"

Dark Sky conservationist Paul Bogard and author of, “The End of Night: Searching For Natural Darkness In An Age of Artificial Light” will give a presentation at Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village from 7pm-8:30pm. Tickets are $30 for adults/$10 for children. Tickets can be purchased here.

Photo Credits:

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

Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation

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Jackson, WY 83001

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