The Ninemile Wildlife Workgroup's mission is to promotes knowledge and stewardship of local wildlife and habitat within the communities and public lands of the Ninemile, Huson, and Alberton regions.
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NWW Lecture Series 2015
Lectures will be held at the Alberton Senior Citizens Center, 1.6 miles from Petty Creek I90 Exit 77. They are FREE and open to the public.
May 13, 7pm, “Management of Wolves in Montana: Priorities and Impacts,” Ally Keever, Wildlife Biology Program, University of Montana
Bird Watching Trip - Join board members Pat Sweeney and Jeannie Siegler for our annual bird watching tour on Saturday, May 16. Meet at the Nine Mile Ranger Station at 8:00 am for a short orientation and birding in some prime areas in the Nine Mile and Six Mile Valleys. This will be mostly a drive and stop trip but it will feature access to the Checkpoint Ranch which has excellent bird habitat. No experience is necessary just be sure to dress appropriately for the weather and bring some snacks and water. We will be done by noon. Bring binoculars and your bird guides if you have them.