Hey There, Boo Boo: DIY Wildlife Viewing in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is one of the largest wild places left on the planet. Its epicenter is situated in Yellowstone National Park, but the GYE encompasses an additional 30,000 square miles—or 10 times more area—that lies outside the Park boundaries.

May, June and July Happenings

May What: “What Trout Like to Eat” Dave Kumlien, of Montana Troutfitters, will be giving an entomology talk on "What Trout Like to Eat." This talk is oriented toward making you successful when selecting flies while you are fishing. This talk is based on material Dave presents in the Fly Fishing Guide School course that he teaches. Everyone is welcome. When: May 22nd, 6-9pm Where: Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, Bozeman More Info: www.facebook.com/Montanariverflygals June What: Bozeman Film Celebration The inaugural Bozeman Film Celebration event spotlights women filmmakers, directors, actors and producers who understand that film is a powerful medium to convey their dreams and passions, and who are ready to take the helm, pioneering projects to change current statistics and elevate women’s visions and voices. When: June 7th-10th Where: Multiple Venues, Bozeman More Info: www.bozemanfilmcelebration.com What: Big Sky Resort Summer Opening Big Sky Resort reopens for the summer season, offering activities including mountain biking, zip line adventures, scenic chairlift rides and more. When: June 8th Where: Big Sky Resort, Big Sky More Info: www.bigskyresort.com What: Music in the Mountains: Kitchen Dwellers and The Well (Bluegrass) A Montana-bred band and local favorite that has recently been gaining national attention, the [...]

By | 2018-07-19T16:07:33+00:00 May 21st, 2018|Big Sky, Bozeman, Family, Far From Ordinary, Music|0 Comments