Nature Walk at the YAM
Montana Audubon will lead two indoor nature walks at the YAM to explore the geography and ecology behind Clyde Butcher’s gorgeous National Parks photographs. Heather Bilden will lead participants on a walk and talk through the images from 5:30 – 6:30 on August 15th with the theme of Wind & Water: Forces that Shape Landscapes. On September 19th, the topic will be Faults & Folds: Mountain Building. The Museum will be open until 8 both nights.
Programs are free for YAM members or free with the cost of admission for not-yet-members ($15/adults, $6/students)
Dates and Times
- Thursday, September 19, 2019 – 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Montana Audubon Center
Things to Know about Montana Audubon Center ● It's a nature space right within the city! ● Activities include nature walks, canoing, family and kids events and workshops and more. ● You can book a party there. ● The Shepherd's play space offers an outdoor natural playground for kids to explore!