November General Meeting – MURIE AUDUBON PROGRAM PRESENTS 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 […]
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MURIE AUDUBON PROGRAM PRESENTS, Dr. George P. Jones, Vegetation Ecologist with the will be our guest speaker at the May program. First, George will explain why the WYNDD exists, which is to provide information for people to use in resource development, management, and conservation. Second, what they concentrate on: plants and animals that either are […]
The Stinging and the Stingless: Among the Bees of Mayan Mexico Dr. Will Robinson, entomologist in the Biology Department at Casper College, will give a presentation to Murie Audubon Society on April 13th at 7 p.m. at the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission at 2211 King Blvd. Dr. Robinson visited Tabasco State in southern Mexico […]