The Tetons for Elk Bugling and More. Jack Greene will organize and lead our field trip to witness the Elk Bugling in the scenic Teton Mountains.
The car pool will leave at 3 p.m. Friday afternoon, September 22nd and return Sunday afternoon/evening, September 24th.
Witness the Tetons in their best fall dress where rampaging large ungulates (elk, bison, moose) release their fall passion with grunts, bugling, and a nasty disposition. Fall migrating birds along with winter residents will add to the fun. Some participants choose to camp while others choose to stay in a hotel. You will need to provide your own meals. Expect anything from 40 to 80 degree weather; rain, snow, or sunshine.
Conservation of the Orange-breasted Falcon- Adventures in Central America Species Restoration
with Jay Tuttle
Herm’s Inn, Downstairs
1435 Canyon Rd., Logan
Saturday, September 16, 2017
Noon – 1 p.m.
(lunch available for purchase)
The Orange-breasted Falcon is a medium sized raptor which once ranged from Mexico to Argentina. Thought by some to occupy the ecological role of the iconic Peregrine in the neotropics, its range has been significantly reduced. The Peregrine Fund has been working to conserve the species since 1991 through monitoring of local populations and captive breeding.
Jay Tuttle is a student at Utah State University working towards his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. He earned his undergraduate at the University of Vermont in Wildlife Biology. Jay has been fortunate to have gained experience working on raptors with the Sutton Avian Research Center in Oklahoma, the Peregrine Fund in Belize, and the Wildlife Conservation Society in Mongolia. He will speak and share photographs of the work that the Peregrine Fund performs as part of its Orange-breasted Falcon conservation program in Belize.
The presentation will cover the species natural history, declines, captive propagation and release. As well as the tireless efforts local biologists, supported by the Peregrine Fund, are putting towards preserving the species.
Meet 9 a.m. at
First Dam to car pool
Saturday, July 22, 2017
Tony Grove Hike
Butterflies & Wildflower Hike, Tony Grove
“Beautiful flowers with wings” is a phrase frequently used to express
the exquisite beauty of butterflies. Join Bridgerland Audubon Society
naturalist Jack Greene for a fieldtrip to learn about the secret lives
of these amazing sparks of life along with birds and flowers we may
encounter along the way.
Bring binoculars, lunch and water.
We will carpool from the First Dam at entrance to Logan Canyon .
Noon – 3 p.m.
Welcome booth at Rudy’s Greenhouse
1365 Canyon Rd.
Logan, UT 84321
The Bridgerland Audubon Society and Cache Soil to Table present a free, self-
guided street view tour of six water-wise and pollinator-friendly gardens on
Two of the homes that will be seen also have solar panels that produce 50-100% of their
Come for the flowers and stay to learn about solar energy and the discounts available
through the Cache Solar program (www.cachesolar.org)!
The following plants will be for sale at this event:
coleus, marigolds, tomatoes, geraniums, impatiens, peppers, phlox, butterfly
weed, sweet william, arizona apricot gallardia, hostas, monarda, celery,
arizona sun gallardia, lupine, salvia, forget-me-nots.
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Logan Library, Bonneville Room
255 N Main St.
7 – 8 p.m.
Family Birding Program with Scott Erickson
Join Scott Erickson for a family friendly introduction to birdwatching and learn more about the nature all around us. Come discover local habitats and
the vast variety of birds of Cache Valley. This event will be held in the Bonneville Room at Logan Library.
Fun family activities, free fishing, and fun are the highlights of the award
winning 16th annual Bear River Celebration and Free Fishing Day.
On Saturday, June 10, 2017 children and teens (along with their families) are invited to
Logan’s Willow Park West Skylar Pond (500 W 700 S in Logan) from 10 am to 2 pm
to learn about water, conservation, water quality, wildlife, recycling, and
the Bear River Watershed.
Enjoy free fishing, educational booths, and
activities such as:
other hands on
Kids can check out fishing poles and try to “catch the big one”
for free and without a license. Water bottles will be given out to the first
300 youth who complete the booth activities.
For more information, call Eli
at 797-2580 or visit the event website: