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Virtual Lunchtime Expedition – Yellowstone Amphibians

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The Amphibians of Yellowstone Dr. Charles R. Peterson speaks about Yellowstone amphibians at the June Lunchtime Expedition. We invite you to join us for this lecture via Zoom Webinar! Note that it will start right at noon. When: Jun 4, 2020 12:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada) Topic: Draper Museum Lunchtime Expedition: The Amphibians […]

Draper Zoom Lecture: Counting Lions from Space

It is Safer to Count Lions from Space: How I use GIS and Remote Sensing to Conserve Carnivores Dr. Andrew Jacobson in the field. By Andrew Jacobson, PhD June 18, noon Via Zoom Webinar We invite you to join us for this lecture via Zoom Webinar! When: Jun 18, 2020 12:00 PM Mountain Time (US […]

Virtual Lunchtime Expedition: Geologic Evolution of the Bighorn Basin

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A story of the geologic evolution of the Bighorn Basin in 6 easy chapters: Rocks for Everyone! We invite you to join us for this lecture via Zoom Webinar! When: Jul 30, 2020, Noon Mountain Time (US and Canada) Topic: A story of the geologic evolution of the Bighorn Basin in 6 easy chapters: Rocks […]

Virtual Lunchtime Expedition and Book Signing: Yellowstone’s Capstone

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Voices of Yellowstone's Capstone: An Atlas of the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness We invite you to join us for this lecture via Zoom Webinar! When: August 12, 2020, Noon Mountain Time (US and Canada) Topic: Voices of Yellowstone's Capstone: An Atlas of the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Speakers: Jesse Logan, Traute Parrie, Dan Tyers, and Shane Doyle Register in advance […]

Postponed: Lunchtime Expedition: Whitebark Pine

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The Whitebark Pine Story: From Thriving High-mountain Keystone to Endangered Species Wyoming whitebark pine Diana F. Tomback, PhD September 3, 2020 Noon Join us online for this Draper Natural History Museum Lunchtime Expedition lecture, originally scheduled for last May. Dr. Diana F. Tomback presents The Whitebark Pine Story: From Thriving High-mountain Keystone to Endangered Species. […]

Retracing History Reveals Ecological Shifts in Yellowstone – Virtual Talk

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For Everything There Was a Season: Retracing History Reveals Ecological Shifts in the Greater Yellowstone We invite you to join us for this lecture via Zoom Webinar! When: December 3, 2020, Noon Mountain Time (US and Canada) Topic: For Everything There Was a Season: Retracing History Reveals Ecological Shifts in the Greater Yellowstone Speaker: Trevor […]

The Wires that Shape the World: Fence Ecology and Conservation – Virtual Talk

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The Wires that Shape the World: Fence Ecology and Conservation By Wenjing Xu February 4, 2021 Noon We invite you to join us for this lecture via Zoom Webinar! When: February 4, 2021, Noon Mountain Time (US and Canada) Topic: The Wires that Shape the World: Fence Ecology and Conservation Speaker: Wenjing Xu, PhD Candidate, […]

Natural defense systems in the fight against invasive species – Virtual Talk

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Natural defense systems in the fight against invasive species: Native insect herbivory limits complex invasion dynamics of an exotic thistle By Emily Schultz, PhD March 4, 2021 Noon We invite you to join us for this lecture via Zoom Webinar! When: March 4, 2021, Noon Mountain Time (US and Canada) Topic: Natural defense systems in […]

Virtual Talk: Migrating Bison Engineer a Better Yellowstone

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Migrating Bison Engineer a Better Yellowstone By Chris Geremia, PhD April 1, 2021 Noon - Online We invite you to join us for this lecture via Zoom Webinar! When: April 1, 2021, Noon Mountain Time (US and Canada) Topic: Draper April Lunchtime Expedition: Migrating Bison Engineer a Better Yellowstone Speaker: Chris Geremia, PhD, Lead Bison Biologist, Yellowstone […]

Virtual Talk: Yellowstone Lake’s Mysterious Vents

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What Lies Beneath: Exploring Yellowstone Lake’s Mysterious Vents By Rob Sohn and Chris Linder May 6, 2021 Noon - Online We invite you to join us for this lecture via Zoom Webinar! Register in advance for this webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9AWPzC0PQZaYJXW8yFAx-w After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Join us online […]

Virtual Talk: All you never knew you needed to know about soil

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All you never knew you needed to know about soil By Karen L. Vaughan July 1, 2021 Noon - Online We invite you to join us for this lecture via Zoom Webinar Please register in advance at: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_EVTJ5RLOT9ubBx9j5zU0bw After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Soil Scientist Karen […]

Virtual Talk: Public Waters – Lessons from Wyoming for the American West

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Public Waters: Lessons from Wyoming for the American West By Anne MacKinnon August 5, 2021 Noon - Online We invite you to join us for this lecture via Zoom Webinar! Register in advance for this webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lUy1pkvjTTmceVNkEs47lg After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Join us online August […]

Talk: Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Revisited

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The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Revisited: Law, Science, and the Pursuit of Ecosystem Management in an Iconic Landscape By Bob Keiter, J.D. September 2, 2021 12:15 p.m. Join us in-person in our Coe Auditorium, or virtually via Zoom webinar for a free, Draper Natural History Museum Lunchtime Expedition by Bob Keiter. If you are joining us virtually, […]

Lecture: Mammalian Biodiversity on the Philippine Islands

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A World Apart: Mammalian Biodiversity on the Philippine Islands By Lawrence R. Heaney, PhD September 30, 2021 Noon Join us a Lunchtime Expedition, A World Apart: Mammalian Biodiversity on the Philippine Islands, presented by Dr. Lawrence R. Heaney, the Negaunee Curator of Mammals at Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History. If you prefer to us […]

Lecture: The History of Mining Wyoming’s Absaroka Mountains

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Hope and Hard Luck: The History of Mining Wyoming's Absaroka Mountains By Brian Beauvais November 4, 2021 Noon Join us for our November Lunchtime Expedition, Hope and Hard Luck: The History of Mining Wyoming's Absaroka Mountains by Brian Beauvais, Curator of the Park County Archives in Cody, Wyoming. The in-person talk takes place in the Center's […]

Presentation: Growing the Draper Museum Raptor Experience

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10 Years of Bird Poop and Other Stuff: Growing the Draper Museum Raptor Experience By Melissa Hill and Brandon Lewis December 2, 2021 Join us for our December Lunchtime Expedition, 10 Years of Bird Poop and Other Stuff: Growing the Draper Museum Raptor Experience, presented by our own "raptor wranglers" Melissa Hill and Brandon Lewis. […]

Talk: Human access at grizzly bear moth feeding sites

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Human access at grizzly bear moth feeding sites on the Shoshone National Forest By Andrew Pils February 3, 2022 Free Join us for our February Lunchtime Expedition, Human access at grizzly bear moth feeding sites on the Shoshone National Forest, presented by Wildlife Biologist Andrew (Andy) Pils. The in-person talk takes place in the Center's […]

Talk: Wildlife Wastelands of Wyoming

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The Wildlife Wastelands of Wyoming: Renowned African Hunter Frederick Courteney Selous’s Mediocre Safari through the Absaroka Mountains By Jeremy Johnston March 5, 2022Free Join us for our March Lunchtime Expedition, The Wildlife Wastelands of Wyoming: Renowned African Hunter Frederick Courteney Selous’ Mediocre Safari through the Absaroka Mountains, presented by Buffalo Bill Museum Curator Jeremy Johnston. […]

Talk: Recovery of the Yellowstone Grizzly Bear

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The Biology, Science, and Management Behind the Remarkable Recovery of the Yellowstone Grizzly Bear By Frank T. van Manen May 5, 2022Free Join us for our May Lunchtime Expedition, The Biology, Science, and Management Behind the Remarkable Recovery of the Yellowstone Grizzly Bear, presented by Frank T. van Manen. The in-person talk takes place in […]

Talk: The Case for a Long-Lived and Robust Yellowstone Hotspot

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The Case for a Long-Lived and Robust Yellowstone Hotspot By Victor E. Camp and Ray E. Wells June 2, 2022Free Join us for our June Lunchtime Expedition, The Case for a Long-Lived and Robust Yellowstone Hotspot, presented by Victor E. Camp and Ray E. Wells. The in-person talk takes place in the Center's Coe Auditorium, […]

Artist-in-Residence: Lee Post – ‘The Boneman’

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Artist-in-Residence Lee Post – aka "The Boneman" Draper Natural History Museum June 20–July 5 Monday–Saturday, 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Lee Post, aka "The Boneman," joins us at the Center of the West Monday–Saturday from June 20–July 5, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. for a very special workshop in the Draper Natural History Museum. Over the course of these […]

Artist-in-Residence: Lee Post – ‘The Boneman’

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Artist-in-Residence Lee Post – aka "The Boneman" Draper Natural History Museum June 20–July 5 Monday–Saturday, 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Lee Post, aka "The Boneman," joins us at the Center of the West Monday–Saturday from June 20–July 5, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. for a very special workshop in the Draper Natural History Museum. Over the course of these […]

Talk: Can behavior help species cope with a changing climate?

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Can Behavior Help Species Cope with a Changing Climate? By Embere Hall July 7, 2022Free Join us for our July Lunchtime Expedition, Can behavior help species cope with a changing climate?, presented by Embere Hall, PhD. The in-person talk takes place in the Center's Coe Auditorium, with a virtual option available. If you prefer to […]

Talk: Land Rematriation with Buffalo Restoration is Reconciliation

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By Jason Baldes August 4, 2022 Free Join us for our August Lunchtime Expedition, Land Rematriation with Buffalo Restoration is Reconciliation, presented by Jason Baldes. The in-person talk takes place in the Center's Coe Auditorium, with a virtual option available. If you prefer to join us online, you may register in advance via Zoom webinar: […]

Talk: Bats and Bones – What’s New at the Draper Natural History Museum?

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Articulated skeletons of a grizzly bear and a mountain lion By Corey Anco September 1, 2022 Free Join us for our September Lunchtime Expedition, Bats and Bones - What's new at the Draper Natural History Museum?, presented by the Draper's Interim Curator, Corey Anco. The in-person talk takes place in the Center's Coe Auditorium, with […]

Talk: Moose & Thermoregulatory Behavior

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The Costs of Thermoregulatory Behavior: How are Moose in the Cody Region Coping as Summers Intensify? By Rebecca Levine October 6, 2022 Noon – 1 p.m. Free Lunchtime Expedition speaker Rebecca Levine studies moose and how they are coping with warmer, drier summers. Join us for our October Lunchtime Expedition, The Costs of Thermoregulatory Behavior: […]

Talk: Glaciation in Northwestern Wyoming

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Evidence for Glaciation in Northwestern Bighorn Basin, and the Absaroka and Beartooth Mountains of Wyoming Cheryl Jaworowski and Henry Heasler November 3, 2022 Noon – 1 p.m. Free Join us for our November Lunchtime Expedition, Evidence for Glaciation in Northwestern Bighorn Basin, and Absaroka and Beartooth Mountains, Wyoming, presented by Cheryl Jaworowski, with Henry Heasler […]

Talk: Kills, Camps, and Mountain Landscapes: Records of Bison

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Kills, Camps, and Mountain Landscapes: Records of the last 11,000 years of bison in northwestern Wyoming Lawrence Todd, PhD with Amy Phillips December 1, 2022 Noon – 1 p.m. Free Join us for our December Lunchtime Expedition, presented by Dr. Lawrence Todd, with assistance from Draper Natural History Museum Curatorial Assistant Amy Phillips. Todd shares […]