Naturalist Nights 2019-04-08T16:56:31+00:00

NATURALIST NIGHTS

Each winter WW partners with the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies and Roaring Fork Audubon to co-host the popular Naturalist Nights speaker series. Topics range from wildlife biology to geology, from climate science to environmental policy.

Presentations are Wednesdays at Third Street Center, Carbondale at 6:00 pm and Thursdays at ACES – Hallam Lake, Aspen at 6:00 pm.

Thank you for attending our 2019 Naturalist Nights speakers series. The 2020 schedule will be announced in the late fall. Check back then! In case you missed them or would like to review your favorite talks, videos of each presentation are available by clicking below:

Creating an American Nile: The Colorado River’s Forgotten Global History

Close-up Stories From the Trinidad Rainforest

The White-tailed Ptarmigan – An Alpine Icon in Colorado

Greater Sandhill Cranes in Colorado’s High Country

What is the Future of Colorado’s Aspen Forests with Climate Change?

Innovative Tools for Securing Water for People & Nature

Birding the Roaring Fork Valley

The Deep History of the Pueblo People

Colorado’s Snowpack: Adventures in Monitoring and What it Means for our Water Supply

How the Changing Climate is Affecting Wildflowers and Pollinators in the Colorado Rocky Mountains

Pine Martin
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