Want to learn about the conservation issues and solutions affecting our wildlife, wild places, and outdoor opportunities? Attend the NEW Wildlife On Tap series at the Roadhouse Tap Room in Jackson, WY to get the latest from wildlife and land-use professionals in the local area and expand your knowledge of issues impacting the wildlife, habitat, and outdoor opportunities we all know and love.
Wildlife on Tap is an extension of the Wyoming Wildlife Federation’s education program. The education program includes kids’ education through curated Wyoming-based curricula, Class Outside Summer Camps, and community events like Wildlife on Tap for adults.
NEXT EVENT: Jackson Hole Elk | Past, Present & Future
July 26, 2022 @ 7:00 PM, MST
Don’t miss WWF’s first-ever Jackson Wildlife on Tap with senior wildlife biologist, Eric Cole. A staff member at the National Elk Refuge, Eric will share the history, current and future management, and research of elk on the refuge near Jackson.
PLEASE RSVP. MAXIMUM OF 30 ATTENDEES