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RECURRING PROGRAMS

Morning Bird Stroll

2nd Saturday of every month from 8:30 – 10:00am

Enjoy a morning stroll by the river and learn a few birds along the way. Great for beginning birders. Binoculars and guidebooks available to check out. Please bring a mask.

FREE for members – become a member today!

Suggested donation $10/adults and $5/students

Advance registration is required by clicking here

 

Walk with a Naturalist

4th Tuesday of every month from 6 – 7:30pm

Join us to make observations, follow our curiosity, and share naturalist knowledge with each other. We’ll meet at the Center and go wherever our curiosity takes us!

Please bring a mask and any naturalist tools you like to use (binoculars, field guides, magnifying glasses, journals, etc.). We’ll also have some equipment you can borrow.

Suggested donation $5-$10/person

Advance registration is required by clicking here

 


SPECIAL EVENTS

 

New Moon Night Hike

Tuesday February 9th from 7-8:30pm

Discover the mystery and magic of the world outdoors at night. During this unique guided experience, we’ll tap into our own sensory awareness and mindfulness as we experiment with our ability to navigate in the darkness. We’ll also discuss how different types of animals have adapted to thrive at night. Please bring a mask and a flashlight.

$5/members and $10/non-members

Advance registration is required by clicking here

 

A Sense of Place:

Readings in Natural History

Online Meetings take place Thursdays from February 11 – March 11 at 11am-12pm MST

Join nature lovers from across the country as we discuss our sense of place. Each week a partner nature center will offer natural history readings centered in their region and engage participants in a discussion. This class provides a chance to gather virtually with others to discuss our connection with the land, learn about different ecosystems, and share our own nature-connection experiences. Participating states include Montana, Ohio, New Mexico, and Florida. Take a virtual tour of the nation through natural history writings this winter.

Give the gift of knowledge this year by enrolling your friends and loved ones in the course! Register before December 18th, and you will receive the course reading packet in time to give at Christmas.

$22/members and $25/non-members

Advance registration required by clicking here

 

Quinzee-Building

Wednesday February 17th from 12-5pm

Wintery weather has finally arrived! Wondering what to do with all that snow? Why, build a quinzee of course! A quinzee is a simple snow structure that originated in Alaska and Northern Canada. Drop by anytime from 12-5pm to help us build our quinzee.

Dress warmly and bring a snow shovel!

Free, no registration required.

 

Owl Prowl

Saturday March 6th from 4-5:30pm

Come learn all about owls and the amazing adaptations that allow them to be skilled hunters and denizens of the night. We’ll talk about the different species of owls that live in the area, and go for a hike to look and listen for them. Please bring a mask and a flashlight.

Suggested donation $5/members, $10/non-member, and free for children under 12

Advance registration is required by clicking here

 

Montana Master Naturalist Course

Click here to learn more about this 12 week exploration of the natural world

 

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