Calling all Wyoming Nature Lovers!
We’d like to invite you to join us and our partners for a unique opportunity to learn about and steward Wyoming’s natural resources: the Wyoming Naturalist Program!
The Wyoming Naturalist Program provides participants with training in biodiversity, ecology, conservation, management, and interpretation so that you can become a leader in the effort to steward Wyoming's natural resources. Classes are taught by professionals from Audubon Rockies, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, and the University of Wyoming Extension. By becoming a Wyoming Naturalist, you’ll join a growing community of conservationists and volunteers dedicated to stewarding the state's natural resources through conservation education and service.
Here are five great reasons to apply:
- Deepen your knowledge of Wyoming’s plants and wildlife.
- Learn from professionals in ecology and conservation.
- Meet fellow nature-lovers.
- Join a community of conservationists.
- Make an impact on the beautiful state you love.
Anyone over the age of seventeen can become a Wyoming Naturalist. No previous education or experience is needed, only a willingness to learn and a commitment to the program’s requirements! If accepted, there is a program fee of $175. Scholarships are available.
Learn more and register through the University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institute. For questions, please contact Wyoming-Naturalists@uwyo.edu.
Do you have a volunteer opportunity that would be perfect for the Wyoming Naturalist Program? Let us know!
The Wyoming Naturalist Program is presented by Audubon Rockies, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Wyo Parks, the University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institute, the University of Wyoming Extension, and Serve Wyoming.