Murie Audubon joins Werner Wildlife Museum Wildlife Study Series Zoom meeting for March 18, 2021
On March 18, at 7:00 p.m., naturalist Mike Bardgett will present Sandhill Cranes, a discussion of the natural history of the Sandhill Crane, with particular emphasis on Nebraska’s Platte River Valley, where half a million cranes come to feed, rest, and roost each spring.
Bardgett obtained a B.S. from UW in wildlife management and conservation. He is a Choctaw tribal member, Audubon Society member, and a former Marine. Following his retirement from the BLM, Wyoming State Parks, and Natrona County School District, Bardgett continues to offer his services as a naturalist to Werner Wildlife Museum, Bureau of Land Management, and the state park system.
Wildlife Study Series programs are held at the Werner on the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. and are free and open to the public. Due to social distancing precautions, spring programs will appear via Zoom.
To Join Zoom Meeting click on this link
For more information: 307-235-2108. Museum is open Monday through Friday, 10:a.m. to 4:00 p.m