Date TBD:

Bighorn Sheep Play

A production by the youth in our community focused on the biology, ecology, adaptations and lifecycle of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep.

Wednesday, May 30th, 2pm-3pm:

Teton Raptor Center Program

Join an Avian Educator of the Teton Raptor Center for an exciting educational program and demonstration with live birds. Suggested $10 donation per person.

Tentative Saturday, May 26th:

Fence Pull Project

You are invited to help remove unused fencing hazardous to wildlife in this stewardship partner project.

Thursday, May 17th – Saturday, May 19th, 9am-3pm every day:

Wyoming Outdoors Expo, Casper Events Center, Casper, WY

This free event celebrates different ways to get outside and have fun and is hosted by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. NBSC will have a booth focused on family-fun activities about bighorn sheep and their habitat.

Friday, May 11th, 10am-2pm:

LAMBS Education Day, Torrey Valley Wildlife Tracking Trek

Join our Education Team for a spring wildlife exploration of the Torrey Valley area. Participants will learn about the stories wildlife leave behind including scat, tracks and sign and we will demonstrate plaster casting of wildlife tracks. Suggested $10 donation per person.

Thursday, April 19th:

Upper Wind River Valley Elk Migration Presentation by Wyoming Game and Fish Biologist Greg Anderson, Sunroom at Headwaters Events Center, Dubois

Learn about the amazing elk migrations in our own backyard of the Upper Wind River Valley. Lander Region Biologist Greg Anderson with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will share a presentation highlighting the insights of the annual movements of our local Dubois elk herds. Suggested $10 donation per person.

Tentative Friday, April 13th:

Fence Pull Project

Volunteers are invited to help remove unused fencing hazardous to wildlife in this stewardship partner project.

Monday, April 2nd-Wednesday, May 16th:

The ATLAS Exhibit, Thunder Feathers: Greater Sage-Grouse Strut the Plains, Ron Ball Gallery

This special temporary exhibit opens at the National Bighorn Sheep Center, with a special opening presentation on Thursday, April 5th at 5pm with ATLAS Coordinator Melissa Hemken. Thunder Feathers highlights, through arts and sciences, Greater Sage-grouse behavior and sagebrush habitat characteristics. Suggested $10 donation per person.