It's Movie Night! And One More Birdathon Event
We’re screening "The Big Year" (PG), Friday, May 8, 2015 from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm. The movie stars Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson. It’s a comedy about two birding enthusiasts who are trying to defeat the cocky, cutthroat world record holder in a year-long bird-spotting competition. Register for movie night.
Our last Birdathon event for the season is a walk through the Blair Native Plant Garden at Woodend Nature Sanctuary, Tuesday, May 12 from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon. Join ANS Senior Naturalist Stephanie Mason as she leads you through the Blair Garden. Learn about native plants and count blossoms as part of the Bloomin' Birdathon. Register today.
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Yellowstone: Where Wild Things Roam
July 9-19, 2015
Leaders: Rob Gibbs & Mark England
Yellowstone is arguably the most beloved park in the United States, America’s first national Park, and a United Nations World Heritage Site. With natural wonders almost too numerous to list, our travelers will enjoy the Park’s geysers and other geothermal features while searching for birds, mammals, butterflies and wildflowers. The itinerary includes visits to neighboring Grand Teton National Park. Learn more and register!