The July 6 edition of the Missoulian featured an article covering the important work that Five Valleys Audubon is conducting to help guide the city of Missoula’s plans for development of the Knife River Ponds at Fort Missoula.
The July 6 edition of the Missoulian featured an article covering the important work that Five Valleys Audubon is conducting to help guide the city of Missoula’s plans for development of the Knife River Ponds at Fort Missoula. Birders eye … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered how to have a beautiful lawn without using pesticides and chemical fertilizers that harm birds and other wildlife? The non-profit Grow Safe: Non-Toxic Missoula has just published a guide that shows you how. Grow Safe is … Continue reading
Montana Summary 26 April 2022 from Rosemary H. Leach Total Counts Run and Total Species Found In spite of Covid restrictions again this year, our data generally compared favorably withpast years. This year we tallied data from 30 count circles … Continue reading
Many concerned community members have recently asked if they should continue to feed birds, given that we now have an avian flu outbreak in the area. We recommend that folks do not feed birds during the Spring and Summer, because … Continue reading
By Amy Seaman, Director of Policy & Science Are you ready to hear the ‘currlleeee’ of the Long-billed Curlew? Well, grab your binoculars and get ready, because curlew season is just around the corner! These charismatic shorebirds will be trickling … Continue reading
By Edward Monnig Leo Tolstoy’s novel Anna Karenina begins with the lines “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” In Tolstoy’s novel, Anna acts with fierce independence against the strictures of her society … Continue reading
Philip L. Wright was a professor of zoology at the University of Montana who taught mammalogy and ornithology and established the zoological museum that bears his name. Dr. Wright’s infectious enthusiasm and his passion for the natural world inspired thousands … Continue reading