We lead bird walks, host public speakers, and organize birding events. All events are open and free to the public. All ages and abilities are welcome! We also host a number of citizen science programs, including the Christmas Bird Count, Nightjar surveys, Great Backyard Bird Count, and International Migratory Bird Day. Information on these events will be posted here as events approach. If you have any questions feel free to email us.

Summer Field trips
Field trips meet at 8:00 am at Coal Creek Coffee downtown unless otherwise noted. We will carpool from there. If you want to leave early, bring your own vehicle. Dress for Laramie weather and bring drinks and snacks. Bring binoculars, scopes, field books, and friends.

Jun 10: Labonte Nature Walk for Kids - meet at 10 am at Labonte Park
Jun 24: Rock Creek Canyon birding and herping - meet at 6 am at Eppson Senior Center parking lot
Jul 08: Herping trip to Laramie Range
RESCHEDULED!  Jul 15 Jul 22: Snowies trip to look for Brown-capped Rosy-Finches
Jul 23: Trip to bird banding station outside of Laramie

Evening programs
Programs are held in the Berry Biodiversity Conservation Center auditorium (Room 138) unless otherwise noted. This building is located on the University of Wyoming campus at 10th and Lewis St. There is limited parking on 10th St opposite the building.

POSTPONED!: Jul 27: Project NestWatch Report by Laramie Girl Scouts - bird chat begins at 6 pm, program begins at 6:30 pm

Special Events

April 27: We, in partnership with local Girl Scouts, are monitoring nest boxes at Hutton Lake NWR. If you have kids that are interested in participating, we meet out at Hutton at 3 pm on Sundays.