Wildlife-related Organizations Meeting Schedule
Watch here for information on
events in Kansas of interest to outdoor enthusiasts..
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AREA BUTTERFLY COUNTS
Regal Fritillaries on Butterfly
Photo by Pete Janzen
|Most of these events are part of the
North American Butterfly Association (NABA) Butterfly Count program.
Do not hesitate
to participate because you cannot identify all butterflies. There will
be a leader in your group who can identify butterflies and this will be
a good learning experience for you.
For the NABA
counts, please note this policy: All observers, regardless of their age,
who contribute to the count, must be listed as observers and pay the count fee.
Children who are accompanied by an adult and who do not significantly contribute
as observers should not be listed.
publishes a report with lists from all of the counts. The report can be ordered
at the time of the count if you would like to receive a copy. The price is $7
for NABA members and $11 for nonmembers.
Visit the website of
NABA for more info on the count
of wildlife-related organization meetingss
- 19 Jan.- KS Assn. of Biology Teachers Winter Board Meeting, Camp Williamson, Venango, KS
- 19 Jan. - Eagles Day, Free State High School, Lawrence, KS
- 24-25 Jan. - Kansas Natural Resources Conference combined meeting - Airport Hilton, Wichita KS
9 Feb. - Grassland Heritage Foundation annual meeting, KU-Higuchi Hall, Lawrence, KS
15-18 Feb. - Great Backyard Bird Count. www.birdcount.org
22-24 Feb. - Kansas Speleological Society Winter Meeting, Cowley Co. Fairgrounds, Winfield, KS
22-23 Feb. - Kansas Wildlife Federation annual meeting & CAP Banquet, Best Western Hotel, Emporia, KS
24-27 Feb. - National Assn. for Interpretation, Region VI workshop, Manhattan, KS
18-22 Mar. - Spring Break for Kansas Regents Schools
4-6 April - SouthWestern Association of Naturalists annual meeting, Lake Charles, LA
5-6 April - Kansas Academy of Science annual meeting, Johnson Co. Community College, Overland Park, KS
12-13 April - Kansas Entomological Society, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS
19-21 April - Kansas Assn. of Teachers of Science [KATS] Kamp, Rock Springs, KS
Suspended - Wings N Wetlands, Great Bend, KS
27-28 April - Kansas Herpetological Society spring field trip, Cherokee Co., KS
TBA May - Kansas Speleological Society spring meeting
4-5 May - Kansas Sampler Festival, Liberal KS
10-12 May - Kansas Ornithological Society spring meeting, Norton, KS
8 May - Kansas Grazing Lands Coalition, BOD meeting, Quivira NWR, KS
7-9 June - Kansas Assn. of Biology Teachers spring field trip, Red Hills, KS
15 June - Symphony in the Flint Hills, Ft. Riley KS
12-14 July - Kansas Herpetological Society summer field trip, Comanche Co., KS
TBA - Kansas Herpetological Society fall field trip
TBA Sept. - Kansas Native Plant Society annual meeting . TBA
14 Sept. - Kansas Assn. of Biology Teachers annual meeting, KONZA Field Station, Manhattan, KS
20-22 Sept. - Kansas Ornithological Society annual meeting, Washburn University, Topeka, KS
11-12 Oct. - Central Plains Society of Mammalogists, University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO
20-23 Nov. - National Assn. of Biology Teachers annual conference, Atlanta, GA
TBA - Kansas Assn. for Conservation & Environmental Education annual meeting,
2-3 Nov. - Kansas Herpetological Society annual meeting, Great Plains Nature Center, Wichita, KS
- Great Plains Society of American Forestry
- Kansas Alliance for Wetlands and Streams
- Kansas Chapter: American Fisheries Society
- Kansas Chapter: Soil and Water Conservation Society
- Kansas Chapter: The Wildlife Society
- Kansas Section: Society for Range Management
- Kansas Grazing Lands Coalition
- TBA Jan. - KS Assn. of Biology Teachers Winter Board Meeting, Camp Williamson, Venango, KS
- TBA Jan. - Kansas Natural Resources Conference combined meeting –TBA
For explanation and/or further information, please contact Stan Roth (email@example.com). Also contact S.R. if you have other calendar events of interest to KS biology teachers, naturalists & biologists.
GEOLOGY FIELD TRIPS
The Kansas Geological Survey formerly led
interesting non-technical field trips to explore Kansas. Although they
have discontinued this service, you can download their trip guidebooks at the GeoKansas web site
and recreate these journeys of discovery on your own! This page also has
links to highlights from some of the past field trips.
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