(Lander, WY) – Access to fun, free, and community-centered science communication is now available the first Tuesday of each month at the Lander Bar through Wyoming Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife on Tap.
This event focuses on a new scientist for each talk as they share their work impacting Wyoming wild creatures and habitats. Wildlife on Tap is planned for the first Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm at Coalter Loft in the Lander Bar.
The next event, Bigger Roots Faster, will be 7:00 pm on November 2, 2021. The host will be Maggie Eschleman from The Nature Conservancy. Maggie will share her experience developing sagebrush planting technology to help speed up the fight to save the “Sagebrush Sea.”
Having folks in the community who enjoy protecting and conserving wildlife is important, and WWF looks forward to greeting that core at Wildlife on Tap as we come together to learn about and celebrate wildlife conservation. Partners sharing their research in this project are on diverse topics ranging from sagebrush scrub restoration to predator-prey cycles of moose and wolves in Yellowstone. They also represent a variety of organizations and land-use agencies. These events are short, free, and easy to understand for all ages and backgrounds.
Wyoming Wildlife Federation has put boots on the ground for wildlife conservation for 83 years. In 2021 alone, the Federation helped protect 130 miles of critical migration corridor, protected sage-grouse hunting, upgraded 7 miles of fencing on migration paths, hosted over 100 children at educational summer camps, and helped pass additional funding for WGFD’s Access Yes! Program, some of which will be allocated to wildlife overpasses.
For further information about Wyoming Wildlife Federation visit these links, or contact [email protected]dlife.org for information about Wildlife on Tap.