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: September 2015
There will be two field trips in October for any interested parties. The first will occur on October 10th. We will meet at the Tate Pumphouse at 8AM and continue on to Goldeneye Reservoir. We will be looking for migrating … Continue reading
After the blaze: tracking long-term ecosystem responses to the 1988 Yellowstone Fires Our guest speaker for the October program will be Dr. Hayley Lanier; she studied the effects of the Yellowstone fires on the area’s communities. The 1988 Yellowstone fires were … Continue reading
Sponsors – Please send your check (made out to Murie Audubon Society) for one classroom kit of Audubon Adventures ($45.95) to Hazel Scharosch, PO Box – 157, Alcova, WY, 82620. THANK YOU!
There will be a field trip on Sept. 12 meeting at 8 AM in Edness Kimball Wilkins State Park at the Centennial Shelter at the west end of the park. We will be looking for migrating passerines. There is a … Continue reading
Elk, Aspen, and Birds Jenny Edwards, science teacher at Natrona County High School, where she teaches Physical Science and IB Environmental Systems and Societies, will be our guest speaker for our September program. She recently received her Masters of Science … Continue reading