What better way to celebrate wildlife, partnerships, and our community than by getting together all year long? This year, we have dozens of programs and events planned, including:
Wildlife Wednesdays – Join us at 6 PM on the second Wednesday of every month to learn more about NWRI and Wildlife. With a different topic every month, there’s something for everyone! Topics planned are:
January 9, 2019 – “Saving a Prairie Dog Town” with Laura Stastny
Come out to the Nebraska Humane Society to learn more about Prairie Dogs, our 2018 Prairie Dog Relocation Project, and what you can do to advocate for native wildlife in Nebraska. The program will take place at the Nebraska Humane Society at 90th and Fort in Omaha at 6 PM.
February – “Legislating for Wildlife” with Jocelyn Nickerson
Also at the Nebraska Humane Society, this session will talk about state and federal legislation that affects wildlife, and give you practical ideas on what you can do to help protect our natural legacy. The program will take place at the Nebraska Humane Society at 90th and Fort in Omaha at 6 PM.
March – “Baby Wildlife – Orphaned or Not?”
April – “Living in Harmony with Native Wildlife”
May – “Creating Space for Wildlife in Your Backyard”
June – “Ethical Wildlife Photography”
July & August – Topics TBD
September – “The Lead Afffect”
October – “Bats, Bats, Bats!”
November and December – Topics TBD
(The location for these sessions will vary from month-to-month. Have an idea for a Wildlife Wednesday topic? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org!)
Wildlife Trivia Nights – Planned for February August, join us for food, fun, and trivia! Stay tuned for more details!
Bat House Building Workshops coming in March!
Bats Over Omaha Bat Release – Although the date isn’t certain, Bat Release almost always takes place in the second half of April. Make sure you’re on our e-mail list and follow us on social media to make sure you don’t miss it!
Earth Days – As always, visit us at the Omaha and Sarpy County Earth Day festivities this April!
We are also looking forward to the City Nature Challenge Bioblitz, a film collaboration with Film Streams, Wildlife Photography Workshops, and a Fall Fundraiser.
Check back regularly to get up-to-date information on all of our events! We hope to see you soon!