Besides the Bear and Wolf presentations, we have more wildlife seminars in store for you!
Yellowstone Fisheries Biologists will discuss on-going efforts to preserve the cutthroat trout of Yellowstone Lake by gillnetting nonnative lake trout. Topics will also include projects to restore of native westslope cutthroat trout and arctic grayling in backcountry watersheds.
|WED, JUNE 7||MHS CONF. ROOM||6:00 PM|
|WED, JUNE 14||OF REC HALL||7:00 PM|
|WED, JUNE 21||LAKE REC HALL||7:00 PM|
|WED, JUNE 28||CANYON REC HALL||7:00 PM|
|WED, JULY 5||TOWER REC ROOM||7:00 PM|
Owls of Yellowstone Seminars
Discover which owl species live in Yellowstone and the habitats they occupy. Find out if all owls hoot and if all owls are nocturnal. Learn about studies of owls on the park’s Northern Range. Presented by Katy Duffy.
|TUE, JULY 18||OF REC HALL||7:00 PM|
|WED, JULY 19||MHS CONF. ROOM||6:00 PM|
|FRI, JULY 21||TOWER REC ROOM||7:00 PM|
|THU, JULY 27||LAKE REC HALL||7:00 PM|
Bison Ecology and Management will talk about the history of bison in the park and the current management of the beloved animal.
|WED, AUG 9||GRAYLING LOBBY (GV)||7:00 PM|
|THU, AUG 10||OF REC HALL||7:00 PM|
|MON, AUG 14||LAKE REC HALL||7:00 PM|
|TUE, AUG 15||CANYON REC HALL||7:00 PM|
|MON, AUG 21||MHS CONF. ROOM||6:00 PM|
|TUE, AUG 22||TOWER REC ROOM||7:00 PM|