Join our Book Club!
'Book Club for Wildlife' meets monthly on the second Wednesday at 6PM at the Baldwin Wildlife Center (9777 M Street, Omaha).
Every month, readers who enjoy learning about wildlife (or wildlife enthusiasts wanting to read more!) get together to have stimulating discussions over books that make us think critically about animals and humans and how we can better learn to co-exist. We also dive into the intricate ecology of species, how we can support them, and how their histories intertwine with our communities. And there's snacks!
Attendance to every meeting is not mandatory, we encourage participants to drop in when they are available.
Questions? Contact our Education & Public Outreach Coordinator at email@example.com
Want to check out our amazing line-up on your own time? Check out our selected works here:
|May '23||'Natures Best Hope' Doug Tallamy|
|June '23||'Coyote America' Dan Flores|
|July '23||'Eager: The Surprising Life of Beavers and Why They Matter' Ben Goldfarb|
|August '23||'One Wild Bird at a Time' Bernd Heinrich|
|September '23||'Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are?' by Frans de Waal|
|October '23||'Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law' Mary Roach|
|November '23||'Fastest Things on Wings: Rescuing Hummingbirds in Hollywood' Terry Masear|