Did you know that Montana is home to 15 different owl species? Come learn more about these beautiful and fascinating birds at the WHITEFISH LIBRARY, APRIL 26, 1pm, in the Heckathorn Community Room. Doug MacCarter and his team from MONTANA WILDWINGS RECOVERY CENTER will have several LIVE OWLS, and maybe a hawk or two and will talk about their habits and ecology. The program is sponsored by Montana Wildwings Recovery Center and the Flathead Audubon Society and hosted by the Friends of the Library.
Join Jerry Hanson and Marge Fisher as they present two geneology workshops: ” Finding Your Norwegian Roots” with Jerry Hanson and ” Geneology Websites and Trips” with Marge Fisher. Program begins Saturday, April 26, at 10am in the Heckathorn Meeting Room.
Inspired by decades of work protecting the wildest country in the Whitefish Range, these images are brought to you by people who care passionately about the legacy of this special place.
Together we bring these outstanding and remarkable images of the Whitefish Range down to the Flathead Valley to share with you.
Montana Wilderness Association works with communities to protect Montana’s wilderness heritage, quiet beauty and outdoor traditions, now and for future generations.
Headwaters Montana works to protect the water, wildlife and traditional outdoor heritage in the Crown of the Continent.
Steven Gabriel Gnam photographs wildlife, landscapes, and people in adventure across the Western United States and Canada. Steven’s photographs are used by clients such as: Patagonia, National Geographic Books, The Nature Conservancy, The National Parks Conservation Association, The Trust for Public Land, Outside magazine, Oprah magazine, Climbing magazine, and others. Steven lives with his wife Alyson in the Pacific Northwest.