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Open House

June – August: Every Saturday from 11am – 3pm 

We are excited to again offer our weekly Saturday Open Houses this summer! 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 ($10/canoe suggested donation or free for members – become a member today!).

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. Families welcome! 

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


A Swift Night Out

Tuesday July 7th at 7:30pm

During this event, hosted by the Montana Audubon Center, participants will learn about Chimney Swifts and how they can help to monitor local populations. Chimney swifts are fascinating birds that can be found in your backyard or, more accurately, a nearby chimney! However, little is known about their distribution in the state.

We are looking for eager volunteers that want to learn about chimney swifts and help locate them. There will be a presentation from 7:30-8:15 p.m., followed by an evening challenge to locate and identify local swifts by sight and sound.  All ages are welcome, but youth under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

The event will be led by Carmen Borchelt, Big Sky Watershed Corps of Montana Audubon. Questions? Contact Carmen Borchelt at [email protected] or Heather Bilden at [email protected]

Participation is free!

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


Bugs & Brews

Saturday August 29th at 8:30pm

Join entomologist Marian Kirst for a journey into the world of insects at night! We’ll start with a brief lecture on the amazing adaptations that invertebrates use to navigate the nighttime world. Then we’ll use a variety of techniques – including spotlighting, black lighting and sugaring – to attract and hunt for interesting insects and spiders. In consideration of everyone’s health and safety, we will not be serving beer this year. Please feel free to bring your own drinks and snacks. We have lowered the usual price of the program to reflect this change in amenities. 

Cost is $20/person or $18 for members

In order to limit group size, 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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