Online Nature Nights

All are welcome for these informal & informative presentations by Geologists of Jackson Hole, Wyoming Native Plant Society, and JH Bird & Nature Club.

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JH Bird & Nature Club

Winter Bird Identification & Christmas Bird Count Prep
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Look at the 100+ presentations the Bird and Nature Club has presented with the library since 2012!


Geologists of Jackson Hole

6:00 p.m.

“The rise and fall of latest Pleistocene pluvial lakes in the northern Great Basin.” Presented by Daniel Enrique Ibarra, Univ. of CA, Berkeley.

G.K. Gilbert’s 1890 monograph on Lake Bonneville for the United States Geological Survey started over a century of research on Quaternary lakes in the American west that continues today with an increased need to forecast future water resources in the regions.

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Teton Plant Society

Teton Plant Society: “Retracing History Reveals Ecological Shifts in the Greater Yellowstone”

Timing is everything. In the 1970’s legendary biologist Frank Craighead began frequent observations on the seasonal timing of ecological events in what is now Grand Teton National Park, including when wildflowers sprout leaves, bud, flower and fruit. This study is known as phenology. Frank used these notes to write the popular book, For Everything There is a Season: The Sequence of Natural Events in the Grand Teton-Yellowstone Area. Nearly 50 years later, local Wyoming biologist Trevor Bloom has built on this legacy to compare modern phenological events to his historic data. In this exciting virtual talk, Trevor will present the startling results of the research and share his newest short film on the project: For Everything There Was a Season (Spring). 

Trevor Bloom is a Community Ecologist for The Nature Conservancy, Wyoming Chapter and a Research Associate for Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative. He grew up in Jackson, Wyoming surrounded by nature in the shadow of the Tetons. 

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