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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.

In December, we’ll talk about the Christmas Bird Count and how you can participate in this long tradition of recording annual bird sightings for science.

Suggested donation $10/adults or $5/students

FREE for members – become a member today!

In order to limit group size, advance registration is REQUIRED by clicking here

Open House

September – May: 3rd Saturday of the month from 11am – 3pm 

Come down to explore and enjoy the great outdoors. Ask a naturalist your essential questions about animals and plants. Borrow field guides, insect nets, and binoculars. Or get out in a canoe and explore the ponds (weather permitting, $10/canoe suggested donation or free for members – become a member today!).

 


SPECIAL EVENTS

Holiday Wreath Workshop

Saturday November 21st from 3-5pm OR

Saturday December 5th from 1-3pm

Bring the beauty of nature home with your own fresh evergreen wreath! We’ll go for a hike and learn about local conifer trees as we collect fresh boughs. Then we’ll warm up with a hot drink while we assemble our wreaths. All materials will be provided.

Cost is $30/person or $25 for members

In order to limit group size, advance registration is REQUIRED by clicking here for November 21st Or by clicking here for December 5th

 

New Moon Night Hike

Monday December 14th 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.

Bring a mask, warm layers, a flashlight and good walking shoes.

Suggested donation of $10/person or $5/members – become a member today!

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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