Habitat Hero: See a full page on this site devoted to this important program.
Poo-Poo Project: The Poo-Poo Project aims to prevent wildlife entrapment within vent pipes found on vault toilets throughout the US by installing safe, effective, and affordable screens.
Since November 2016, 7,802 Poo-Poo Screenings have been distributed with 29 states participating. The goal? To have Poo-Poo Projects in all 50 states!
Learn more about this project of the Teton Raptor Center here.
Laramie County School District #1 Science Fair: Each year, Audubon volunteers review science projects looking for those talented students who love science and nature. More about this year’s winners coming shortly!
Spring 2017. Volunteers to help with road clean-up between Wyoming Hereford Ranch and Lummis Ranch will be needed. A date/time will be announced later in the spring. Watch for more information here!
Fall 2016. Curt Gowdy Burdock Removal was conducted in September 2016 by Audubon volunteers. Burdock is an invasive species that grows in wetter areas. Growing about 8 feet tall in Wyoming, the prickly little seed clusters can trap small birds that touch them, with starvation the unfortunate outcome. Burdock is also a nuisance to people, their pets and livestock.