LAST CHANCE AUDUBON PRESENTS:
THE MARCH 2018 NATURAL HISTORY LECTURE SERIES
Wildfire – Its History, Science and Habitat Impact
WHEN: Each Monday in March at 7:00PM
Last Chance Audubon welcomes everyone to the 2018 March Natural History Lecture Series beginning Monday, March 5th. This year’s series will focus on wildfire. Each Monday in March, a presenter will explore Montana’s wildfire ecology and how wildfire has effected the landscape of Montana and its inhabitants. Experts who have studied wildfire and its effects include wildlife biologists, university professors and a noted Nobel Peace Prize winner. Be sure to check out the entire series. Details can be found by clicking on our Events page or by visiting our Natural History Lecture Series Homepage. The lecture series is free to the public. Donations will be accepted.
APRIL PROGRAM ANNOUNCED – *Please note date change!
When: Thursday, April 12, 2018, 7:00PM – Cookies and Conversation 6:30 – 7:00PM
Where: Montana WILD, 2668 Broadwater Ave.
Connecting Kids with Nature
Spending time in the outdoors is an important part of childhood. For conservationists, childhood memories of nature are often a big part of why we care about birds, plants, and wild places. But as screens and schedules take over more of our time, fewer kids have access and opportunity for those critical outdoor experiences. Carolyn Sevier, Director of the Montana Audubon Center will describe Montana Audubon’s education programs… Read more…
Attention High School Seniors! SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCED!
It is with great pleasure that Last Chance Audubon Society (LCAS) announces the availability of up to two scholarships (for the 2017-2018 school year) for qualified and interested high school seniors who are applying to a college or university to pursue a course of study consistent with National Audubon Society’s goals and interests, and the LCAS mission. Please visit Last Chance Audubon’s Scholarship Home Page for additional details.
CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT 2017!
Christmas Bird Count 2017 is in the books! We had a sensational turnout for a day in the field and some great sightings were recorded. Fifty seven hearty souls ventured out into the Helena valley for a day of counting birds. According to compiler Coburn Currier, “We had record counts for… Read More.
Thanks to our 2017 GEMS Sponsors
The Golden Eagle Migration Survey (GEMS), a partnership of Montana Audubon, Last Chance Audubon Society, U S Forest Service, and MT Fish, Wildlife and Parks, extends a huge THANK YOU to the following businesses who have so generously supported the GEMS project for the 2017 fall migration season. Please support these businesses and thank them for supporting conservation.
Action Print * Birds & Beasleys * Bison Engineering * Bob Wards * Capital Sports * First Community Bank * Gannon Rentals * Helena Motors * McGlynn Plumbing & Heating * Montana Canvas * Montana Outdoor Legacy Foundation * Montana Outdoor Sports
* Mountain Bike City * Mystery Ranch * Patagonia – Dillon * The Floor Show