Wildlife Tours Coming To A Basin Near You

Wildlife Tours Coming To A Basin Near You

The Buffalo Bill Historical Center's Museum of Natural History is bringing in the new year with 3 wildlife field trips. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the details:

The first of these field trips, the “Winter Eagle Watch,” is coming up on January 15th:

Jennifer McDonald, Program Manager at the Draper Museum for the Buffalo Bill Historical Center leads the eagle expedition. She says, for example, on their last “Winter Eagle Watch” they saw a young eagle fishing. And then:

The first trip on January 15th and participants will accompany Jennifer through the Big Horn Basin up towards the Clark's Fork River, looking for wintering eagles, specifically Bald eagles and Golden Eagles:

The next two field trips are the “Eagle Trapping and Banding” on January 29th followed by the “Owl Prowl” on February 5th. Space is limited so people are encouraged to sign up early. Also, the “Eagle Trapping” expedition is designed for those who have been on an introductory raptor tour.

For Sheridanmedia.com news, this is Betsy Love reporting.

For More Info or To Sign Up: call 307-587-4771 or go to: www.bbhc.org


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