Educational Programs

Wine About History: Connecting the Past, Present, and Future through Big Game Migration

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

6:00 pm -
7:00 pm

Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum
100 Fort Street
Buffalo, WY 82834

Wine About History is the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum’s summer program mini-series.  The third Wednesday of June, July, and August meet on the museum’s lawn with your folding chair and beverage of choice to listen to a local expert give a quick history of an area topic.  There will be time for discussion and q&a also.

Looking for things to do?  Check out the farmers markets downtown at Crazy Woman square on Wednesday afternoon, then attend our fun program, then get dinner at one of Buffalo’s many restaurants!  Evening Planned.

Speakers: Emily Reed, Associate Research Scientist, Wyoming Migration Initiative and Carrie Kyle, master’s student with the Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit in the Zoology and Physiology Department at the University of Wyoming.

Ms. Reed and Ms. Kyle will be discussing the historical knowledge of migration movements in Wyoming, emphasizing on indigenous knowledge and the new research efforts in the Big Horn Mountains on moose and mule deer.

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