Both of these American White Pelicans were rescued after being left behind by their flock. Neither one would have survived the winter due to the permanent nature of their injuries so they are resting at the Wildlife Center while awaiting transfer to the Sacramento Zoo..

Master Naturalist Course-June 20-24
By Toby Trigger


Education

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Join instructors from FWP, Montana Discovery Foundation, Helena National Forest, andMT Land Reliance along with many othersto become a certified Montana Master Naturalist June 20 – 24!

Whether you are an accomplished scientist or just enjoy spending time in the out-of-doors, this class is for you! Course topics will include: field journaling, plant & animal identification, living with wildlife, interpretive and citizen scientist skills.

Classes will start from Montana WILD and conclude with an overnight trip to FWP’s Beartooth Wildlife Management Area near Holter Lake. Participants will be required to complete a community service component to maintain their annual Master Naturalist Certification.

The cost of this course is $140 and can be taken for college credit through the Helena College for an additional fee. Class size is limited to 15 participants.

For more information please contact Montana WILD-Education Center; Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks; 2668 Broadwater• Helena, MT• 444-9944.