Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society
A program on the trumpeter swan restoration project will be given at the Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society's meeting on Monday at 7 p.m. at Mayflower Congregational Church, on the corner of Rehberg Lane and Poly Drive.
Biologist Doug Powell will talk about federally managed birds at the next Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society meeting on May 19 at 6:45 p.m. at the Mayflower Congregational Church.
The Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society is offering a conservation grant of up to $1,000 to an individual or group engaged in a project that supports the society's mission: “to promote enjoyment and protection of the natural environment through education, activism and conservation of bird habitat.”
Yellowstone cutthroat trout advocate Dave Sweet of Cody, Wyo., will be the featured speaker at the November meeting of Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society at 7:15 p.m. Nov. 18.
Steve Forrest, a scientist whose studies have included the black-footed ferret, pine marten, as well as penguins in the Antarctic, will speak at the Yellowstone Valley Audubon's meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday at the Mayflower Congregational Church.
Sage grouse management is one objective of many in the Bureau of Land Management’s Resource Management Plan proposals. It is at least in part aimed at working collaboratively with government agencies, private landowners, and all Montanans and Americans to try to keep sage grouse populations …
Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society is sponsoring a series of ornithology classes which will be held from 6-9 p.m. on June 6, 11, and 13 at Zoo Montana.
Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society will sponsor ornithology from 6 to 9 p.m. on June 6, 11 and 13 at ZooMontana.
The Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society is celebrating 60 years of leadership in promoting the enjoyment of birds and the protection of the natural environment in Billings and the surrounding area.
Clayton McCracken will talk about wilderness and invasive weeds in the Pryor Mountains at the Montana Audubon Conservation Education Center on April 4 at 7 p.m.
Extreme weather and natural disasters are generally unpredictable. Snow and ice storms, extreme cold or heat, drought, hurricanes and floods all disrupt the lives of birds and can make survival difficult. Food is the most essential element, providing birds with the energy, stamina and nutrit…
Here's how you make wild birdseed cookies (recipe will yield two to three dozen):
The Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society will participate in the 113th annual national Christmas bird count on Saturday.
Ron Pittaway each year goes “out on a limb” to predict the movement of winter birds. He is an ornithologist from Ontario who utilizes resources from across Canada, including the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. Birders across Canada and the U.S. eagerly await his winter prediction each…
Attracting wild birds to your backyard can be fun, entertaining and educational for the entire family. In fact, the hobby of backyard birdfeeding is second only in popularity to gardening. Perhaps the reason feeding the birds is so appealing is that it is so easy. All it takes to enjoy the b…
The Big Lake Wildlife Management Area is about to get bigger.
An injured osprey that spent the last few weeks in rehab flew out of captivity Sunday along the Yellowstone River at Coulson Park.
Two osprey chicks, panting heavily in the heat, nestled in a cardboard box waiting to contribute to science and the future of their species.
If you are tired of reruns or staring at your computer screen, may we suggest that you look for a whole new world of entertainment right in your backyard. Summer is here, and wild-bird families are putting on a show for your family to observe and enjoy.
Q: Why do I keep finding my feeders on the ground in the morning and all my seed gone? Sometimes the feeders are completely missing.