Outings To Promote A Biodiverse Wyoming
Get out onto the land and see areas of rare beauty in the company of those who know them best.
This year’s free offerings from the Biodiversity Conservation Alliance take you into Wyoming’s back country with expert guides who believe there are certain areas in the state that deserve to be prioritized for conservation.
“When you take a visitor who’s never been out to the Red Desert, out to somewhere like Adobe Town and you put them on the edge of Skull Creek Rim looking out across that spectacular landscape of badlands and pinnacles its instantly obvious why they need to be protected.”
BCA Director and Wildlife Biologist Eric Molvar leads a three-day auto safari through the Red Desert, May 26th to the 28th.
Duane Short is BCA’s wildlife species program director and he’ll lead a Thunderbasin Grasslands Prairie Dog Tour June 2nd and 3rd.
Follow this link to information on these tours and others, http://www.voiceforthewild.org/general/alerts/a1May12.html