Inconspicuous Yellowstone: An Appreciation for the Small
June 14 - 16
Lamar Buffalo Ranch
Cedar Mathers-Winn, M.S.
Ecology, Natural History
The wildness of Yellowstone is not just in its wolves and geysers - you will find countless worlds of struggle and beauty, hidden in plain sight. In this course, you will explore some of the most fascinating ecological stories and processes that are so often overlooked. Through classroom instruction and exploration in the field, you will learn about a wide range of topics in natural history and ecology, and you will see how careful attention can bring new depth to your experience of the natural world.
About the Instructor
Cedar Mathers-Winn is a naturalist, biologist, and educator based in Bozeman, MT. He earned his Master’s degree studying animal communication in southwestern Montana and has studied ecology and animal behavior in mountain forests, tropical Australia, and the Sonoran Desert. As an instructor, Cedar emphasizes the wonder and wildness of things that are everywhere but easily ignored.
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