As the days cool down, the sun sets earlier, and we have fewer hours to enjoy watching birds, Audubon invites members and guests to join their friends and neighbors for special programs and hikes throughout the winter season.
Remember – the spring migration is just around the corner!
Dates to remember in November:
- November 18th (Saturday) – Field Trip to the Front Range Lakes 8:00 a.m. We will leave from Lions Park parking lot by the Children’s Village. We will be driving south to reservoirs in the Wellington region. You can expect to be home by 1:00 p.m. Please be sure to contact Mark (307-287-4953) if you wish to join this trip. We want to know who is planning on attending in case plans must change due to weather.
- November 21st (Tuesday) – Sage Grouse Update with Audubon Rockies Director of Policy and Outreach, Daly Edmonds. The program begins at 7:00 p.m. Cottonwood Room, Laramie County Public Library. Background: The Bureau of Land Management has opened a formal comment period to review the collaborative Greater Sage-Grouse management plans that were adopted in 2015 after years of work from nonprofit organization, state governments, federal agencies, and stakeholders such as ranchers. The comment period, through November 27th, is part of a process that could weaken or eliminate the plans. On this night, you will learn about the issue and also what you can do to provide public comment to the BLM. We need your voice!
- November 24th (Friday) – Cheyenne Country Club Survey at 8:00 a.m. Contact Chuck Seniawski (307-638-6519) if you wish to be part of this survey. All are welcome but arrangements must be made with the Country Club for golf carts for the survey.
- November 28th (Tuesday) – CHPAS Board Meeting, Laramie County Library, Windflower Room. New board members are needed – please join us if you can.