Murie’s Mission StatementThe Mission of Murie Audubon Society is to promote the conservation of birds and other wildlife through education and enhancements of natural habitats, understanding, appreciation, conservation and advocacy.
Murie’s Vision StatementThe Vision of Murie Audubon Society is to instill a passion for nature in present and future generations through awareness, enjoyment, understanding, appreciation, conservation and advocacy.
Monthly Archives: November 2011
A University of Wyoming professor who studies the behavior, ecology, and evolution of crossbills will be speaking at the Goodstein Foundation Library on Tuesday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. Craig W. Benkman, professor and Robert B. Berry Distinguished Chair in … Continue reading
The Casper College Honors Program is sponsoring a presentation on trophy game hunting entitled: “The Trouble with Trophy Hunting: Leopold, Pinchot and the Ethics of Buffalo Hunting in the 21st Century,” by Alex Simon, Ph.D. The free presentation will take … Continue reading
December 1, 2011 6:30 p.m. Two films will be shown on December 1. “A Working Forest: It’s Future with Fire, People and Wildlife” is hosted by conservationist and keyboardist for the Rolling Stones, Chuck Leavell. Next, the short film “Ora … Continue reading
Photo by Peter Arnold
Special open house celebration to highlight new additions An open house will be held November 18, 2011 at the Werner Wildlife Museum to celebrate the newest additions to the museum: a prairie falcon, golden eagle, and bald eagle. Two versions … Continue reading