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Stay up to date on important issues at Harris Ranch. Join HRWMA. Questions? Email: Karie@hrwmawildlife.org

Classes & Activities                                     

PLEASE NOTE: Classes and activities are offered throughout the year by HRWMA and our partner organizations for free. Class size may be limited. Classes may require pre-registration with the partner organization as well as HRWMA. Registration with HRWMA is required for eligibility for a refund.

Everyone is welcome to register for and attend classes. We appreciate your interest in wildlife and plants as well as your involvement in restoration efforts happening in our Boise community.                        *Please note: If you live in the Harris Ranch Specific Plan (SP01), then you are eligible for a refund.              If you live outside of SP01, in the Barber Valley Specific Plan (SP02), then you are not eligible for a refund.*

New homeowners, in the above mentioned City of Boise plan/district, have a financial incentive to participate in conservation education and volunteer opportunities at Harris Ranch. Two-thirds ($200) of the three hundred deed transfer fee paid at closing is refundable to homeowners who participate in two approved wildlife education classes or conservation projects (each class or project is valued for $100).

See below for Harris Ranch Wildlife Mitigation Association Approved Classes and Activities. To garner the full $200 refund your participation in two approved classes or projects is required within a two year time frame after closing on your home. 

Refund process: to request a reimbursement, print off and complete HRWMA Participation Form for each class or project. Bring the completed form with you to  and obtain the instructor signature. After attending, MAIL the completed participation form with signature to: HRWMA  PO Box 1949, Boise, ID 83701. Refunds are provided to members within 30 days of receipt.

Click here for form: HRWMA Participation Form                                                                                        

Participation forms can alternatively be scanned and emailed directly to Karie@hrwmawildlife.org.

 

Upcoming Classes & Activities:

    • 02/14/2022
    • 06/30/2023
    • Video Presentation
    Register

                                 Birds of Southwestern Idaho 

                                                                         Foothills at Dusk by: GaryRichardson

     If you are seriously interested in learning what birds live and migration in Southwest Idaho then this independent study is for you! After watching the video and copious note taking you will soon be on your way to recognizing most of the birds here in the southwestern Idaho! This independent study includes: a 45 minute video followed by a 30 minute walking tour in search of birds.  

    Please Register and then send an email to Karie@hrwmawildlife.org 

    Subject: SWI Birds for video package 

    • 06/02/2023
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
    • Foothills Learning Center
    Register

    Boise Birding

    Beginner to expert birders welcome to this free class. The first hour will be a birding presentation by Terry Rich followed by the options to go birding. Binoculars available to borrow. Pre-registration is required.

    Identifying Birds by Song II: Distinguishing Similar Species

    This will build on the May session on bird song basics to look more carefully at similar species' songs. Pitch, cadence, quality, and other characteristics are adequate to tell almost all species apart. We'll spend a little extra time on Empidonax flycatchers as an example of how to distinguish very similar and simple “songs” apart.

    Registration coming soon!

    Please note this is a Foothills Learning Center event.

    https://bee.cityofboise.org/event-list/event?id=E0273DCE11C59E140FA4DE58C5E0D7E0



    • 06/03/2023
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Shakespeare Festival Parking Lot
    Register
    Join our community partner Golden Eagle Audubon Society 

    Please register to attend this trip. Make sure ALL fields are filled in and a confirmation email is received.

    *please note start time*

    Join Golden Eagle Audubon for a different kind of birding experience. Our ‘Pause, Look & Listen’ series incorporates a mindful birding approach to observing birds and being in nature.

    This is an opportunity to connect with nature in a small-group setting that encourages personal observation and reflection.

    We will spend most of the hour sitting as a group to observe what birds we can see and hear while being stationary. This should facilitate learning from each other while allowing birds to come to us.

    Bring your binoculars, chair, blanket, or whatever you like to enjoy some time being (mostly) still in nature while we immerse ourselves in the sights and sounds along the Boise River as they transition through the seasons.

    ‘Pause, Look, & Listen’ is appropriate for birders of every level and for those with limited mobility or visual impairment. Participants under 12 years old must be accompanied by a guardian and guardians must sign the waiver for participants under 18 years old.

    Pre-registration is required. Group size is limited to minimize disturbance while still providing a group experience. No transportation is available.

    Meet in the parking lot near the main entrance at 8:30 am and be prepared to move less than 1/4 mile away on smooth paved and/or gravel paths.

    Recent bird sightings can be found here: https://ebird.org/hotspot/L499524

    There are no open restroom facilities on site. The nearest restroom is at the Chevron on Warm Springs Avenue, 0.6 miles west.

    Contact Dondi Black dondi@goldeneagleaudubon.org or 208.407.8798 with any questions.

    NOTE: The bird walk requires Two Levels of Pre-Registration for all participants.
    1.) First: pre-register with Golden Eagle Audubon Society in the link below. 
    https://www.goldeneagleaudubon.org/events/field-trips22-fythr-mhfnn-wezbe-3lh2k-p2e43-jgt68-c746g-zryf5-7j6xj-as7zh-xtmrf-4z2zf-x9b4g-t282z-f6sc9-mlj2m-xmrmr-krml5
    2.) Second: pre-register with Harris Ranch Wildlife Mitigation Association at www.hrwma.org.



    • 06/07/2023
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Boise Bicycle Project, 1027 S Lusk St
    Register

    Sharing a Partner Event: Boise River Enhancement Network (BREN)

    June 7 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Save the date!

    BREN is teaming up with Boise Bicycle Project (BBP) to host a plant tour, led by our own Rob Tiedemann, and social bike ride along the greenbelt.  Exact details are still being worked out but mark your calendars for June 7th at 6pm and meet in front of BBP located at 1027 S Lusk St, Boise, ID 83706.

    This will be a leisurely ride and open to everyone of all ages!

    • 06/10/2023
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Shakespeare Festival Parking Lot
    Register
    Join our community partner Golden Eagle Audubon Society 

    Please register to attend this trip. Make sure ALL fields are filled in and a confirmation email is received.

    *please note start time*

    Join Golden Eagle Audubon for a different kind of birding experience. Our ‘Pause, Look & Listen’ series incorporates a mindful birding approach to observing birds and being in nature.

    This is an opportunity to connect with nature in a small-group setting that encourages personal observation and reflection.

    We will spend most of the hour sitting as a group to observe what birds we can see and hear while being stationary. This should facilitate learning from each other while allowing birds to come to us.

    Bring your binoculars, chair, blanket, or whatever you like to enjoy some time being (mostly) still in nature while we immerse ourselves in the sights and sounds along the Boise River as they transition through the seasons.

    ‘Pause, Look, & Listen’ is appropriate for birders of every level and for those with limited mobility or visual impairment. Participants under 12 years old must be accompanied by a guardian and guardians must sign the waiver for participants under 18 years old.

    Pre-registration is required. Group size is limited to minimize disturbance while still providing a group experience. No transportation is available.

    Meet in the parking lot near the main entrance at 8:30 am and be prepared to move less than 1/4 mile away on smooth paved and/or gravel paths.

    Recent bird sightings can be found here: https://ebird.org/hotspot/L499524

    There are no open restroom facilities on site. The nearest restroom is at the Chevron on Warm Springs Avenue, 0.6 miles west.

    Contact Dondi Black dondi@goldeneagleaudubon.org or 208.407.8798 with any questions.

    NOTE: The bird walk requires Two Levels of Pre-Registration for all participants.
    1.) First: pre-register with Golden Eagle Audubon Society in the link below. 
    https://www.goldeneagleaudubon.org/events/field-trips22-fythr-mhfnn-wezbe-3lh2k-p2e43-jgt68-c746g-zryf5-7j6xj-as7zh-xtmrf-4z2zf-x9b4g-t282z-f6sc9-mlj2m-xmrmr-krml5
    2.) Second: pre-register with Harris Ranch Wildlife Mitigation Association at www.hrwma.org.



    • 06/11/2023
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Library at Bown Crossing
    Register
    Join our community partner Golden Eagle Audubon Society for a monthly beginner and family-friendly bird walk.

    Please register to attend this trip. Make sure ALL fields are filled in and a confirmation email is received.

    Meeting location: Library! at Bown Crossing. We will meet outside the library and walk together to the greenbelt. 

    Join Golden Eagle Audubon for our monthly beginner and family-friendly bird walk along the Bethine Church River Trail. This is a great opportunity to learn about riparian habitat as we focus on local birds, plants, and stewardship efforts in the area.

    Expect to see songbirds, waterfowl, woodpeckers, herons, and kingfishers.

    This bird walk is targeted towards beginner birders, so if you are brand-new to birding, this is the outing for you! We will cover basics like adjusting your binoculars, how to use field guides, and tips & tricks to identifying birds.

    No public restrooms are available. We will travel between 1-2 miles on flat, unpaved trails. Binoculars are available to borrow if needed.

    Please wear weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes. Participants under 12 years old must be accompanied by a guardian and guardians must sign the waiver for participants under 18 years old.

    Please contact Lorraine Poor at lorrainp@mac.com with any questions.

    NOTE: The bird walk requires Two Levels of Pre-Registration for all participants. 
    1.) First: pre-register with Golden Eagle Audubon Society in the link below. 
    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bird-walk-katherine-albertson-park-registration-465196313697
    2.) Second: pre-register with Harris Ranch Wildlife Mitigation Association at www.hrwma.org.



    • 06/24/2023
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Katherine Alberston Park
    Register
    Join our community partner Golden Eagle Audubon Society for a monthly beginner and family-friendly bird walk.

    Please register to attend this trip. Make sure ALL fields are filled in and a confirmation email is received.

    This is an accessible and inclusive bird outing hosted by Golden Eagle Audubon. All are welcome!

    Kathryn Albertson Park is a 41-acre special use park located near downtown Boise. A haven for wildlife and quiet contemplation, the park features wide, paved paths and outdoor gazebos in a beautiful natural setting. The most easily spotted birds are ducks, geese, songbirds and herons.

    Check out the new boardwalk, landscaping and other updates in this urban park while looking for birds. We will be moving at a relaxed pace. Benches are placed throughout the park if needed.

    We will be covering up to two miles on smooth paved and optional boardwalk surfaces. You are welcome to join us for all or part of the outing.

    Recently reported species can be found here: https://ebird.org/hotspot/L212900

    All levels are welcome. Binoculars will be available if needed. Participants under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

    Group size is limited to provide a quality experience for all. Please register online to reserve a spot before the event.

    Meet in the parking area at 9:00 am. There are five handicap parking spaces, three are van accessible. Unisex restrooms or porta potties are available.

    View more detailed accessibility details here.

    Trip Leader: Lorraine Poor

    Questions? contact fieldtrips@goldeneagleaudubon.org or 208-407-8798

    NOTE: The bird walk requires Two Levels of Pre-Registration for all participants. 
    1.) First: pre-register with Golden Eagle Audubon Society in the link below. 
    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/accessible-birding-kathryn-albertson-park-registration-521296691437
    2.) Second: pre-register with Harris Ranch Wildlife Mitigation Association at www.hrwma.org.



    • 07/16/2023
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Library at Bown Crossing
    Register
    Join our community partner Golden Eagle Audubon Society for a monthly beginner and family-friendly bird walk.

    Please register to attend this trip. Make sure ALL fields are filled in and a confirmation email is received.

    Meeting location: Library! at Bown Crossing. We will meet outside the library and walk together to the greenbelt. 

    Join Golden Eagle Audubon for our monthly beginner and family-friendly bird walk along the Bethine Church River Trail. This is a great opportunity to learn about riparian habitat as we focus on local birds, plants, and stewardship efforts in the area.

    Expect to see songbirds, waterfowl, woodpeckers, herons, and kingfishers.

    This monthly bird walk is targeted towards beginner birders, so if you are brand-new to birding, this is the outing for you! We will cover basics like adjusting your binoculars, how to use field guides, and tips & tricks to identifying birds.

    No public restrooms are available. We will travel between 1-2 miles on flat, unpaved trails. Binoculars are available to borrow if needed.

    Please wear weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes. All participants under the age of 18 yrs old must be accompanied by an adult.

    Please contact fieldtrips@goldeneagleaudubon.org with any questions.

    NOTE: The bird walk requires Two Levels of Pre-Registration for all participants. 
    1.) First: pre-register with Golden Eagle Audubon Society in the link below. 
    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bird-walk-bethine-church-river-trail-registration-465203053857
    2.) Second: pre-register with Harris Ranch Wildlife Mitigation Association at www.hrwma.org.



Past events

05/27/2023 Bird Walk: Boise River Greenbelt
05/21/2023 Beginners Bird Walk: Kathryn Alberston Park
05/20/2023 Be Part of our Adopt A Plot: Boise River ReWILD Project-May 2023
05/20/2023 Bird Walk: Foote Park Wren Search
05/06/2023 Field Trip: Birding Homestead Trail
05/04/2023 Newly Planted Cottonwoods- Tree Wrapping
04/29/2023 City Nature Challenge 2023 Bioblitz - Marianne Williams Park - April 29, 2023
04/16/2023 Beginners Bird Walk Bethine Church River Trail
04/10/2023 Idaho's Intriguing Orchids by Lynn Kinter
04/05/2023 Identifying Migratory Land Birds in Hulls Gulch
04/04/2023 Flora of the Boise Foothills by Lynn Kinter
03/25/2023 Help Plant Bitterbrush Seedlings in the Foothills, close to home
03/19/2023 Beginners Bird Walk Bethine Church River Trail
03/18/2023 Be Part of our Adopt A Plot: Boise River ReWILD Project
03/14/2023 Idaho Native Plant Society-Pahove Chapter-Learn about Sagebrush Steppe with Matt Lavin
03/01/2023 The Breeding Bird Survey
02/14/2023 Idaho Native Plant Society-Pahove Chapter-Pollinator Project talk by Dr. Ron Bitner and Amy Dolan
02/11/2023 Cottonwood Tree Wrapping
02/01/2023 The Breeding Bird Survey
01/10/2023 Made in Idaho: Idaho's Endemic Plant Species
01/04/2023 Winter Ranges and Bird Conservation
12/11/2022 Beginners Bird Walk Bethine Church River Trail
12/07/2022 Winter Birds... That Don't Use Feeders~
11/13/2022 Beginners Bird Walk Bethine Church River Trail
11/07/2022 Wintering Ducks of Treasure Valley: Video Class
11/02/2022 Wintering Wildlife: Boise River Wildlife Management Area
10/29/2022 Winter Project Bird FeederWatch with Cornell!
10/09/2022 Beginners Bird Walk Bethine Church River Trail
09/20/2022 Annual Meeting & Members Dinner
04/10/2022 Beginners Bird Walk Bethine Church River Trail
04/01/2022 Wrap Cottonwood Transplants
03/26/2022 HELP PLANT BITTERBRUSH SEEDLINGS 2022
02/14/2022 Eco friendly Weed Management
10/10/2021 Beginners Bird Walk- Bethine Church Trail
06/13/2021 JUNE Beginners Bird Walk- Bethine Church Trail
05/09/2021 MAY Beginners Bird Walk- Bethine Church Trail
11/04/2020 Bird Feeders 101 Zoom Class
10/24/2020 Wintering Wildlife: In the Field at BRWMA
10/22/2020 Wintering Wildlife: In the Field at BRWMA
10/10/2020 Backyard Project: Winter Bird Feeder Watch
07/26/2020 Early Morning Bird Walk Along the Bethine
07/12/2020 Early Morning Bird Walk in Barber Park
05/13/2020 PENDING! Evening Lecture: The Nighthawk
05/05/2020 PENDING! The Bees in Your Backyard: Lecture with co-author Joe Wilson
04/29/2020 Cancelled! Spring's Last... WILDFLOWER HIKE: Lydie Gulch
04/22/2020 Cancelled! April 22~WILDFLOWER HIKE: Oregon Trail Recreation Area
04/15/2020 Cancelled! April 15th~Wildflower Hike with Barbara Ertter
04/08/2020 Cancelled! Evening Lecture: Rattlesnake Ecology & Awareness
04/02/2020 Cancelled! Evening Lecture:The Long-billed Curlew
03/25/2020 Cancelled! March Wildflower Hike: Hillside to Hollow Reserve
03/14/2020 HELP PLANT BITTERBRUSH SEEDLINGS
03/04/2020 First of the Season Wildflower Hike
02/22/2020 Morning Bird Field Trip (9AM-1PM)
02/09/2020 February Bird Walk at Kathryn Alberston Park
01/21/2020 WELCOME MEETING
01/12/2020 Winter Bird Walk at Marianne Williams Park
10/24/2019 WINTERING WILDLIFE On The BOISE FRONT-2019
10/20/2019 Boise Winter Birds & FeederWatch!
09/29/2019 September Bird Walk Along the Bethine
09/19/2019 Adult Evening Lecture: Curious about Minerals?
08/25/2019 August Birding on the Bethine and Litter Pick-Up
07/09/2019 DRY CREEK WILD FLOWER HIKE
06/30/2019 June Birding on the Bethine and Litter Pick-Up
06/12/2019 Sunset Series Lecture
06/06/2019 Meet & Greet Your Neighbors BBQ
05/20/2019 Evening Lecture The White Sturgeon
05/09/2019 The Magical Beauty of Bees as Pollinators
04/28/2019 Spring Birding on the Bethine and Litter Pick-Up
04/25/2019 Adult Evening Lecture
04/18/2019 Wildlife & Ecology of Barber Pool Conservation Reverse
04/09/2019 The microscopic world of pond scum
03/31/2019 March Birding on the Bethine
03/13/2019 Evening Lecture: Federal Lands 101
03/09/2019 FAMILY SATURDAY: BIRDS of PREY!
03/07/2019 Idaho's Insects as Pollinators
02/28/2019 Idaho's Wild Orchids!
02/21/2019 Tour of the Reserves: Military Reserve
02/09/2019 Family Day: Idaho Explorer Day
02/07/2019 Raise Your Weed Awareness!!
01/24/2019 Evening Lecture: Paleontology in Idaho
01/17/2019 TOUR of the Reserves: Castle Rock
01/12/2019 Family Day: Over & Under the Snow
12/13/2018 BVNA Wintering Wildlife Presentation
12/12/2018 Hometown Habitat Film Viewing 2nd night
12/11/2018 Hometown Habitat Film Viewing
11/08/2018 WINTERING WILDLIFE On The BOISE FRONT
11/03/2018 Table Rock Autumn Restoration Planting
10/28/2018 October: Birding on the Bethine and Litter Pick-Up
10/23/2018 Milkweed Planting
10/20/2018 Marianne Williams & Barber Park Birding Loop!
10/18/2018 TOUR THE RESERVES:Hulls Gulch
10/13/2018 Family Day: Creepy, Crawly, Creatures!
10/09/2018 NorthWest Climate Conference Evening Presentation
09/26/2018 GARDEN YARD POLLINATORS
09/16/2018 BIRD WALK: Military Reserve
08/07/2018 Water Shed Tuesday Evening Tour
07/29/2018 Birding on the Bethine and Litter Pick-Up
07/21/2018 Day Hike Table Rock Flora & Geology
07/18/2018 Flutter in the Night: Bats at the MK Nature Center
07/10/2018 EVENING TOUR: WATERSHED
06/21/2018 TOUR Of The RESERVES
06/13/2018 Sunset Lecture Series: Pollinator Ecology Walk
05/17/2018 MAY TOUR THE RESERVES: MESA RESERVE
05/03/2018 BOISE TRAILS HISTORY & ETIQUETTE
04/28/2018 FUNDRAISER! BOISE CHAPTER NATIVE PLANT SALE!
04/26/2018 Native Plants Of the Foothills: Evening Lecture
04/14/2018 FOOTHILLS FAMILY DAYS
04/02/2018 MK NATURE CENTER: BIRDING BY EAR
03/19/2018 MK NATURE CENTER: Bumblebees of Idaho & Citizen Science
03/01/2018 Monarch Butterfly Evening Lecture
02/22/2018 Waterway's of Harris Ranch Evening Lecture
02/15/2018 MK NATURE CENTER: An Evening With A Raptor
02/11/2018 FEBRUARY FAMILY BIRD WALK: Audubon Society
01/21/2018 WINTER FAMILY BIRD WALK: JOIN GOLDEN EAGLE AUDUBON SOCIETY
01/11/2018 Intro to Kestrel Nesting Boxes:American Kestrel Partnership Project
12/21/2017 Wintering Wildlife Scoreboard Class
12/13/2017 SUNSET EVENING LECTURE SERIES: BIRDING IN BRAZIL
12/09/2017 FOOTHILLS SEED COLLECTOR SERIES: SAGEBRUSH
11/12/2017 FAMILY BIRDING WALK: JOIN GOLDEN EAGLE AUDUBON SOCIETY
11/11/2017 FOOTHILLS LEARNNG CENTER: FAMILY DAY!
11/09/2017 THE WINTER STORY: Wintering Wildlife On The Boise Front
11/08/2017 SUNSET EVENING LECTURE SERIES: BEAVER ECOLOGY
11/02/2017 PRESCHOOL NATURE: FOOTHILLS LEARNING CENTER
10/28/2017 CREEPY CRITTER ENCOUNTER DAY!
10/19/2017 TOUR THE RESERVES: 2 HIKING TRAIL DATES
10/14/2017 Family Learning: Creepers & Crawlers
10/14/2017 Volunteer: Eckert Aquatic Enhancement Project
10/11/2017 SUNSET EVENING LECTURE SERIES: Invasive Plants
10/11/2017 WetLands Walk with Karl
10/07/2017 SURVIVAL WORKSHOP: BackCounty Basics
09/30/2017 Volunteer for NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY
09/30/2017 FIELD TRIP: OBSERVE SONGBIRD BANDING
09/25/2017 MK Nature Center: Evening Fall Lecture Series
09/23/2017 DECOUPAGE FLOWER POT WORKSHOP
09/13/2017 SUNSET SERIES: Bee hives
09/09/2017 Family Learning: ALL ABOUT HONEY BEES!
09/06/2017 BIRDING SERIES: SIX Monthly Classes
08/19/2017 BUG DAY: Idaho Botanical Garden & College of Idaho
07/12/2017 Discovering Boise's Wildflowers and Butterflies - Sunset Lecture Series
07/09/2017 Family Birding Walk - Kathryn Albertson Park
07/07/2017 Citizen workshop Monarch and Milkweed
07/05/2017 BOISE BIRDING SERIES – Bird Identification
06/29/2017 Rattlesnake Awareness & Hunting Trap Release/Avoidance Class - Stay safe while living alongside wildlife
06/18/2017 Biterbrush Seed Collection with the HRWMA - an evening in the Boise Foothills in Late June or Early July
06/15/2017 Monarch Butterfly Excursion - Parks, Monarchs & Milkweeds
06/10/2017 Conservation in the City
06/08/2017 TOUR OF THE RESERVES - Polecat Gulch Reserve
06/07/2017 BOISE BIRDING SERIES – Bird Identification
05/20/2017 Birding for all Seasons - CANCELED Due to High Water - Marianne Williams Park - with Boise Parks & Rec and Audubon Society
05/18/2017 Tour of the Reserves - Mesa Reserve hike, by Table Rock
05/13/2017 Sheep in the Foothills - shuttle from Fort Boise Community Center to Foothills Learning Center
05/08/2017 Wildlife Lecture - Bees
05/03/2017 BOISE BIRDING SERIES – Bird Identification
04/22/2017 Earth Day Work Day 2017 - Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge
04/20/2017 Oregon Trail Reserve Tour- Overlooking Barber Valley - Foothills Hiking Series
04/11/2017 Free Lecture - Fire & Invasive Species in the Boise Foothills - Idaho Native Plant Society
04/10/2017 Evening Lecture: Bears of Idaho, Evin Oneale
03/28/2017 Idaho Rivers Lecture Series: Creating Lively Landscapes With Less Water
03/18/2017 Birding for all Seasons - Kathryn Albertsons Park with Boise Parks & Rec and Audubon Society
03/18/2017 Being a Naturalist: Winter Survival & Ecology
03/16/2017 Camel's Back Reserve Tour - Foothills Hiking Series
03/14/2017 Native Plant Mapping - Learn how you can help scientists using the iNaturalist app & map native plants when you hike
03/13/2017 EVENING LECTURE: Beaver Ecology at the MK Nature Center
03/08/2017 Living in a Fire-Prone Landscape
02/28/2017 What Makes Trees Tick: An Inside Look at Trees
02/16/2017 Hulls Gulch Reserve Tour - Foothills Hiking Series
02/08/2017 Winter Tracking: Reading Signatures in the Snow
02/01/2017 Birding Series with Terry Rich
11/17/2016 Fire Rehab - Table Rock Fire or Mile Marker 14 Fire
11/12/2016 SECOND SATURDAY – PREDATORS OF THE FOOTHILLS
11/12/2016 Fire Rehab - Table Rock Fire
11/08/2016 Project Feeder Watch
11/03/2016 Fire Rehab - Table Rock Fire
10/25/2016 Native Fish of Idaho
10/20/2016 Fire Rehab - Mile Marker 14 Fire
10/08/2016 Family Bird Walk
10/01/2016 Watershed Watch
09/28/2016 Landscaping for Wildlife
09/25/2016 Boise River Greenbelt Bird Watching & Litter Patrol
09/17/2016 Southwest Idaho—Boise Foothills Trail Cleanup
09/15/2016 Tour of the Reserves-Military Reserve
09/12/2016 Sagebrush and Bitterbrush Seed Collection
09/10/2016 15th Annual Boise River Sweep
09/07/2016 Firewise Landscape: Concepts and Techniques
08/28/2016 Boise River Greenbelt Bird Watching and Litter Patrol
08/17/2016 Fall Bird Walk
08/16/2016 After the Table Rock Fire
08/10/2016 Backyard Composting
08/02/2016 Gardening for Pollinators
07/31/2016 Boise River Greenbelt Bird Watching and Litter Patrol
07/14/2016 Rattlesnake Awareness and Education Class
06/26/2016 Boise River Greenbelt Bird Watching and Litter Patrol
06/25/2016 Bees and Blooms
06/12/2016 Family Birding Walk
06/08/2016 Growing Great Horse Pastures & Controlling Weeds
06/04/2016 Build a New Trail
06/04/2016 IBO Songbird Banding on the River
06/01/2016 Birding Series with Terry Rich-Bird Identification
06/01/2016 Birding Series with Terry Rich-Birding at Bogus
05/29/2016 Boise River Greenbelt Bird Watching and Litter Patrol
05/21/2016 WaterShed Weekend - Wetlands Bird Discovery Day
05/04/2016 Birding Series with Terry Rich-Bird Identification
04/30/2016 Master Water Steward Workshop
04/28/2016 Wildflower Walk
04/26/2016 Idaho Rivers Lecture Series: Idaho and the origins on the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act
04/24/2016 Boise River Greenbelt Bird Watching and Litter Patrol
04/23/2016 Celebrate Birds at the MK Nature Center
04/14/2016 Adventures in a Natural History Museum.
04/13/2016 Sunset Series-Climate and our Changing Seasons
04/09/2016 Raptors!
04/06/2016 Birding Series with Terry Rich-What is the overall state of birds worldwide?
03/27/2016 Boise River Greenbelt Bird Watching and Litter Patrol
03/17/2016 John Muir and the Religion of Nature: A Bankrupt Legacy?
03/13/2016 Family Birding Walk
03/12/2016 Wiggly Worms and Sprouting Seeds
03/03/2016 Messy Rivers are Healthy Rivers
03/02/2016 Birding Series with Terry Rich-What is the overall state of birds worldwide?
02/20/2016 Family Field Trip Weekend
02/18/2016 Barn Owls Killed on I-84: Observations and Implications
02/14/2016 Family Birding Walk
02/13/2016 Hibernating Hearts
02/03/2016 Birding Series with Terry Rich-What is the overall state of birds worldwide?
02/02/2016 Volunteer to Monitor Kestrel Boxes
01/12/2016 Story Trail Adventure-Snowflake Bentley
01/10/2016 Family Birding Walk
01/09/2016 Crystals, Snowflakes and Avalanches!
01/06/2016 Birding Series with Terry Rich-Who's Here Now?
12/30/2015 Wednesday Morning Bird Club
12/23/2015 Wednesday Morning Bird Club
12/19/2015 Audubon Christmas Bird Count
12/16/2015 All About Snow
12/13/2015 Children's Christmas Bird Count
12/09/2015 Wednesday Morning Bird Club
12/02/2015 Birding Series with Terry Rich
11/19/2015 Costs and Benefits of Green Stormwater Infrastructure
11/18/2015 Colony Collapse Disorder of the Honey Bee
11/17/2015 Plants of the Boise River - The Good, the Bad and the Beautiful
11/14/2015 Mammals on the Move - Seasonal migration of local foothills animals
11/11/2015 Critical Habitat - The Importance of the Boise Foothills to Winter Wildlife
11/04/2015 Birding Series with Terry Rich
11/01/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/31/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/31/2015 "Tending our Foothills" Annual Survey
10/30/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/25/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/24/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/23/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/18/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/17/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/16/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/14/2015 Learn about the Proposed Foothills & River Levy
10/12/2015 A Backyard Wilderness
10/11/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/10/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/09/2015 Evening Owl Field Trip
10/09/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/07/2015 Birding Series with Terry Rich
10/04/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/03/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
10/02/2015 Fall Flights - World Center for Birds of Prey
09/19/2015 Fall Bird Walk
09/18/2015 Foothills Walk
09/16/2015 Firewise Landscape: Concepts & Techniques
09/12/2015 Matt Schmasow on Bees
09/09/2015 The Buzz on Honeybees
09/06/2015 Daytime Raptor & Songbird Field Trip
09/05/2015 Daytime Raptor & Songbird Field Trip
09/02/2015 Birding Series with Terry Rich
09/01/2015 Eyes Wide Open - River Walk at Barber Pool Conservation Area
08/30/2015 Boise River Greenbelt Bird Watching & Litter Patrol
08/15/2015 Water Bugs: Little Critters, Big Deal!
08/05/2015 Wednesday Morning Birding Club - Hulls Gulch
07/28/2015 Fred Bassett on Hummingbirds
07/26/2015 Boise River Greenbelt Bird Watching & Litter Patrol
07/24/2015 Idaho Fescue Seed Collection
07/18/2015 River Life: Plants & Animals & Bugs - Oh My!
07/15/2015 Eyes Wide Open - HRWMA Boise RiverWalk
07/11/2015 Caliente Critters: How Foothills Animals and People Survive the HOT Summer
07/08/2015 The Seasonal Cycle of Water
07/01/2015 Birding at Bogus
06/30/2015 The Sagebrush Sea
06/30/2015 Nature Walk at Barber Pool
06/28/2015 Boise River Greenbelt Bird Watching & Litter Patrol
06/24/2015 Wednesday Morning Birding Club - TBD
06/24/2015 Fish & Game Volunteer Program - bitterbrush seed collection
06/17/2015 Draft Boise River Enhancement Plan Happy Hour
06/17/2015 Wednesday Morning Birding Club - Moore's Creekside
06/14/2015 Family Birding Walk at Hyatt Hidden Lakes Reserve
06/11/2015 HRWMA Bitterbrush Seed Collection Volunteer Project
06/11/2015 Nutrient TMDL Basics
06/10/2015 Wild Foods of the Boise Foothills
06/10/2015 Wednesday Morning Birding Club - Bogus Basin
06/03/2015 Bird Identification with Terry Rich - June
05/26/2015 Dan Isaak: Climate Shield Cold-Water Refuge for Native Trout
05/11/2015 Second Monday Lecture Series - Idaho Master Naturalist Program
05/09/2015 Spring Birds at Hulls Gulch
05/09/2015 International Migratory Bird Day – Restore Habitat, Restore Birds
05/06/2015 Bird Identification with Terry Rich - May
05/02/2015 Assessing Residential Wildfire Hazards
04/29/2015 Corral Trail Bird Watching
04/26/2015 Greenbelt Bird Watching & Litter Patrol
04/22/2015 Win-Win Opportunities for the Boise River
04/22/2015 Boise River Floodplain Update
04/13/2015 Intro to Ecofeminism
04/11/2015 Resident Raptors and Migrating Song Birds
04/11/2015 Wetlands Discovery
04/01/2015 Bird Song
03/31/2015 Soil, Worms & Fish: The Case for Healthy Soil
03/14/2015 Spring Animal Babies
03/14/2015 Resident Raptors and Migrating Song Birds
03/14/2015 Volunteer: Silver Sage planting at Hammer Flat
03/09/2015 About the Japanese Beetle
03/07/2015 Volunteer: Silver Sage planting at Hammer Flat
03/04/2015 Spring Migration with Terry Rich
02/14/2015 Hot Water and Hearts
02/09/2015 Intro to the North American Model of Wildlife Managment
02/04/2015 What is the overall state of birds worldwide?
01/27/2015 Why is Idaho Number 1 in Water Use?
01/12/2015 Bluebird Man - documentary & discussion
01/10/2015 Life Under the Snow
01/07/2015 Who's here now?
12/27/2014 Boise Christmas Bird Count
12/17/2014 Wednesday Morning Birding
12/03/2014 Birding Series with Terry Rich
11/22/2014 Wild Useful Plants Around Boise
11/10/2014 Redband Trout Populations in the Foothills
11/08/2014 Canines in the Foothills - 2nd Saturday Series
11/08/2014 Sagebrush Seed Collection - Volunteer Opportunity
11/05/2014 Birding Series with Terry Rich
10/25/2014 Planting Project at Blacks Creek Bird Reserve
10/22/2014 Bird Watching - Wednesday Morning Club - Hulls Gulch
10/15/2014 Bird Watching - Wednesday Morning Club - Indian Creek Reservoir
10/11/2014 Creatures of the Night - 2nd Saturday Series
10/11/2014 WaterShed Watch!
10/11/2014 The Big Sit! "Tailgate party for birders"
10/08/2014 Bird Watching - Wednesday Morning Club - Hyatt Wetlands
10/01/2014 Birding Series with Terry Rich
09/24/2014 Eyes Wide Open - HRWMA Boise RiverWalk
09/13/2014 Bees - Second Saturday Series at Foothills Learning Center
09/13/2014 Creatures of the Night - Second Saturday Series at Foothills Learning Center
09/03/2014 Birding Series with Terry Rich
08/23/2014 Bird Walk - Avimor
08/21/2014 Eyes Wide Open - HRWMA Boise RiverWalk
07/30/2014 WaterShed Wednesdays - Wildlife!
07/24/2014 Eyes Wide Open - HRWMA Boise RiverWalk
07/19/2014 WaterShed Weekend - H2O
07/19/2014 Bird Walk - Avimor
07/16/2014 WaterShed Wednesdays - Plants!
07/13/2014 Family Bird Walk - Kathryn Albertson Park
07/12/2014 FIRE! Wildfires in the Foothills
07/09/2014 Wildfire is coming; are you ready?
06/25/2014 Morning Birding Series - Finding Birds
06/18/2014 Morning Birding Series - Identifying Birds
06/14/2014 Deer Flat BioBlitz
06/14/2014 Pollinator Day!
06/11/2014 Sunset Series-A geologic tour of Southern Idaho
05/31/2014 Master Water Steward Workshop
05/21/2014 River Walk for Health, Habitat and Heritage
05/17/2014 Fish Release Party, WaterShed Weekend
05/15/2014 Wildflower Walk
05/12/2014 Times they are a-changin': The Importance of Phenology
05/10/2014 The Hills are Alive!
05/09/2014 National Public Gardens Day
05/08/2014 Wildflower Walk
05/04/2014 Family Bird Walk - Hulls Gulch
04/27/2014 Boise River Greenbelt Litter Patrol & Bird Watching
04/24/2014 Owl Talk
04/24/2014 Idaho Climate Talks: Snowpack Economics
04/22/2014 Stopping Idaho’s Game Thieves: A Look at Poaching in the Gem State
04/17/2014 Idaho Climate Talks: Forests & Fire
04/13/2014 Family Bird Walk - Barber Park
04/12/2014 Owls Around the Gulch
04/10/2014 Idaho Climate Talks: Rain, Trout and Fire
03/30/2014 Boise River Greenbelt Litter Patrol & Bird Watching
03/25/2014 Wolf Ecology & Management in Idaho

  Harris Ranch Wildlife Mitigation Association

   PO Box 1949
   Boise, ID 83701
   (208) 515-7413
 Karie@hrwmawildlife.org


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