Each year, the Big Hole Watershed Committee co-sponsors a Wildlife Speaker Series event with the Wildlife Conservation Society Community Partnerships program. The event is hosted in the Big Hole (often on a local ranch), is free to the public and open to all ages, includes a meal, and focuses on a wildlife species native to the Big Hole watershed. Presentations are interactive and include information on a wildlife species or other relevant wildlife topic.


2017 Wildlife SPeaker Series Event Details

Date: Monday, July 17th, 2017
Time: Potluck begins at 6pm, presentation begins at 7pm
Topic: Wolverines
Presenter: Kris Inman, Wildlife Conservation Society
Location: Melrose, Montana
Venue: Great Waters Inn

 

 

About the Wildlife Speaker Series

The Wildlife Conservation Society’s Community Partnership Program hosts a Wildlife Speaker Series each summer to increase awareness about our less controversial wildlife and engage with our local community through walks, tours, and presentations. WCS joins with local conservation groups to share interesting wildlife facts at local historical and conservation oriented venues. These events provide a social opportunity for learning and foster relationships with community members and wildlife experts. To learn more about the Wildlife Speaker Series, click here.


Past Wildlife Speaker Series Events in the Big Hole Watershed

2016 – Reptiles & Amphibians at the Hagenbarth Ranch. Presenter: Matt Bell, Montana Land Reliance

2015 – Bat Walk at the Kalsta Ranch. Presenter: Matt Bell, Montana Land Reliance

2014 – Pelicans

2013 – Birds