Online Nature Nights

Tuesday night is nature night!

All are welcome for these informal & informative presentations by 

  • Geologists of Jackson Hole

  • Wyoming Native Plant Society

  •  JH Bird & Nature Club

Attend our meetings online via Zoom!

Geologists of Jackson Hole

Global Climate Change in the 21st Century
TUE, FEB 1, 6:00 p.m.
Via Zoom

Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 827 8537 8862
Passcode: 872623

Mike Adler presents an update on a talk he gave in 2014, when the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change(IPCC) issued their comprehensive fifth assessment report on the climate. The IPCC is an organization of governments that are members of the United Nations or WMO (World Meteorological Organization). The first part of the sixth assessment report is now completed, “Climate Change 2021, The Physical Science Basis” While the full report is 1300 pages, I will try to summarize it as well as bring in information from other sources. 

A Geological Journey through Oman
TUE, FEB 15, 5:00 p.m.
Via Zoom

Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 874 8774 5360
Passcode: 809225

Join James Cresswell for a geological journey through the mountains of northern Oman, featuring exceptionally well-exposed rocks and unique, often breath-taking, scenery. Mountain ranges of more than 3000m altitude and deeply incised canyons with turquoise perennial streams contrast with dry but golden sand deserts. Oman’s most famous geological feature is the world’s largest and best exposed ophiolite complex, the Semail Ophiolite; in it you can see rocks that were part of the mantle, you can touch the moho, and you can see sheeted dikes, incredible pillow basalts, and fossilized white and black smokers.

JH Bird & Nature Club

Resumes January 2022

Past programs:
Birds and Windows - a Bad Place to Meet, to watch recording, click 
The Wonder of Bird Migration, to watch recording click HERE 
Winter Bird Identification & Christmas Bird Count Prep, to watch video recording, click HERE

Look at the 100+ presentations the Bird and Nature Club has presented with the library since 2012!

Teton Plant Society

The Nature and ID of Plants in Winter
TUE, Jan 25, 6:00 p.m.  
Via Zoom
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Meeting ID: 881 8529 2424

Presented by Frances Clark, botanist.  Our native plants are dormant and mostly covered in snow. However, trees stand tall and shrubs branch above our thick blanket of white.  Even some herbaceous perennials hold up remnant fruits.  In fact the reduced numbers and limited ID clues of plants help us focus on the details of those that are apparent.  This program will help you ID about 30 species visible while snowshoeing and skiing in the woods or across the sage flats. Also, Clark will mention the importance of plants to wildlife survival. For more information on Teton Plant Society, visit

Past programs:
A Salute to Sagebrush: Restoring Native Plant Communities in the Heart of the GYE, to watch recording, click HERE.
Virtual Tour of the Rocky Mountain Herbarium, to watch recoding click HERE.
Retracing History Reveals Ecological Shifts in the Greater Yellowstone, to watch recording, click HERE.