GYC June 12


June 12

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GYC June 12


June 12

Monday June 12 5:30 - 8:00pm      

Monday June 12

5:30 - 8:00pm

 

 

 

FREE!  Cody Science Series with Anya Tyson

Whitebark Pine and Clark’s Nutcracker:
Symbiotic Soulmates at High Elevations

Anya Tyson has chased wolves, mountain lions, and songbirds as a wildlife technician in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.  She has explored the wilderness of the human experience in her previous work at a wilderness therapy center.  As recent graduate of the University of Vermont’s Field Naturalist Masters Program, she now focuses on providing citizen science opportunities for people to connect to nature and contribute to conservation.

Reception - 5:30 pm
Presentation - 6:15 pm

Event is free and open to the public.

Learn about other lectures in this series: July 11 with Embere Hall.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wild West


Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show! June 28 - July 29

Wild West


Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show! June 28 - July 29

2017 Show Dates June 28 - July 29 Wednesday - Saturday evenings at 8 pm Saturday matinee at 2 pm      

2017 Show Dates

June 28 - July 29

Wednesday - Saturday evenings at 8 pm

Saturday matinee at 2 pm

 

 

 

 

We invite you to sit back and relax in the historic Cody Theatre as talented RMDT dancers and actors entertain you with the true story of our town’s namesake showman. Let us introduce you to Annie Oakley, Wild Bill Hickock, and more legends of the West as we dive into Buffalo Bill Cody’s dream of becoming the greatest showman to ever live. Our expert choreographer, technical director, costume designer, and lighting designer together bring the stage to life as can-can girls, sharp shooters, and other dancers impress the audience. Purchase your tickets today and bring the kids for the most memorable experience of the West!

Tickets are $15 and can be purchased online or at the door. 

 

 

 

 

 

GYC July 11


July 11

GYC July 11


July 11

Tuesday July 11 5:30 - 8:00pm      

Tuesday July 11

5:30 - 8:00pm

 

 

 

FREE!  Cody Science Series with Embere Hall

Climate Change in Wyoming’s Mountain Habitats. Can Wildlife Cope?

Embere Hall is a postdoctoral Research Scientist with the Wyoming Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit at the University of Wyoming. She is interested in the ecological effects of climate change, and how wildlife may adjust to changing environments through unique habitats or behaviors. Prior to joining the Coop Unit, Embere served as the Research Director for the Conservation Research Center of Teton Science Schools in Jackson, Wyoming. She received her PhD in Ecology from the University of Wyoming, her MS in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from Iowa State University, and her BS in Wildlife Ecology & Management from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

CODY THEATRE
1171 SHERIDAN AVENUE

RECEPTION - 5:30 PM
PRESENTATION - 6:15 PM

Event is free and open to the public.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GYC Aug 8


Aug 8

GYC Aug 8


Aug 8

Tuesday Aug 8 5:30 - 8:00pm      

Tuesday Aug 8

5:30 - 8:00pm

 

 

 

FREE! Cody Science Series with Jeff Dibenedetto

  • Tuesday, August 8, 2017
  • 5:30pm 8:00pm

Alpine Turf to Desert Shrub:
Habitats of Diversity and Sanctuary

Reception - 5:30 pm
Presentation - 6:15 pm

Jeff DiBenedetto is an Ecologist who continues to work part time after a 40 year career with the Soil Conservation Service (now Natural Resources Conservation Service) and Forest Service.  He has worked in a variety of ecosystems includingthe grassland and sagebrush steppe of the Columbia River and northern Intermountain Basin in eastern and central Oregon, the mixed grass prairie of the Little Missouri National Grassland in western North Dakota, and the montane grasslands, shrublands, and forests of the Beartooth Mountains.   As the vegetation and landscape ecologist for the Custer National Forest, he had the unique experience of working with ecosystems that ranged from the alpine vegetation of the Beartooth Plateau to the tall grass prairie of eastern North Dakota and everything in between.  His current interests are more focused on landscape ecology and habitats associated with whitebark pine, limber pine, aspen, and sagebrush steppe ecology.  He received his MS in Soil Science in 1999 from Montana State University with an emphasis on plant community relationships with the environment, landscape ecology, and use of remote sensing for mapping vegetation patterns.  He received a BS in Rangeland Ecology and Management in 1974 also from Montana State University.Jeff DiBenedetto is an Ecologist who continues to work part time after a 40 year career with the Soil Conservation Service (now Natural Resources Conservation Service) and Forest Service.  He has worked in a variety of ecosystems includingthe grassland and sagebrush steppe of the Columbia River and northern Intermountain Basin in eastern and central Oregon, the mixed grass prairie of the Little Missouri National Grassland in western North Dakota, and the montane grasslands, shrublands, and forests of the Beartooth Mountains.   As the vegetation and landscape ecologist for the Custer National Forest, he had the unique experience of working with ecosystems that ranged from the alpine vegetation of the Beartooth Plateau to the tall grass prairie of eastern North Dakota and everything in between.  His current interests are more focused on landscape ecology and habitats associated with whitebark pine, limber pine, aspen, and sagebrush steppe ecology.  He received his MS in Soil Science in 1999 from Montana State University with an emphasis on plant community relationships with the environment, landscape ecology, and use of remote sensing for mapping vegetation patterns.  He received a BS in Rangeland Ecology and Management in 1974 also from Montana State University.

Event is free and open to the public.