Dwaine Wagoner returns as our guest speaker for the November program. Dwaine, who describes himself as “a 73-year-old curmudgeon with a high school diploma and an advanced degree of curiosity,” will discuss the beautiful winged insects that can be found in Natrona County. A longtime Werner Wildlife Museum and Tate Museum volunteer, Dwaine wrote and photographed “Butterflies of Natrona County” which is currently on display downstairs at the Werner Wildlife Museum. If you have ever wondered about the identity of those butterflies that visit your garden each year, this is the man to ask. Please join us on Friday, November 9, 2018 at 7 pm at the Oil & Gas Conservation Commission Building at 2211 King Blvd. for this program. As always, the program is free and open to the public! See you there!
Plains & Peaks Newsletter eMail List
If you want to receive email notifications for when Plains & Peaks Newsletter has been released to our website, you can subscribe by sending an email to:
As always, we never share your email with anyone. You can SUBSCRIBE or UNSUBSCRIBE at anytime. Just let us know using the above address.
Audubon Rockies Community Naturalist Zach Hutchinson will be the guest speaker at the Audubon program for October.
Zach returned at the end of September from a whirlwind, five-week journey around the globe! He spent two weeks in South Africa, two weeks in southeast Arizona, and one week in southern Colorado.
Okay, not so much the globe, but he did cross an ocean! He will present mostly on his time in South Africa, where he experienced safaris, sharks, and sunbirds! While birds were not the focus of his trip, he will share some of the photos of birds he took in between his other adventures. Prepare to hear about amazing sightings, harrowing escapes, and awful misfortunes!
Zach’s presentations are always entertaining, educational, and fun, so you won’t want to miss this. Please join us on Friday, October 12, 2018 at 7 pm at the Oil & Gas Conservation Commission Building
at 2211 King Blvd. for this exciting program. As always, the program is free and open to the public! See you there!
– Zach and Bruce
The latest Plains & Peaks is now available here.