Yellowstone Winter Master Naturalist
Natural History, Professional Development, Wildlife
In this certificate-level course you will gain the skills of a naturalist. Through this intensive course, you will learn to understand and interpret the wildlife, geology, plants, and climate of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Through field outings and expert instructors, you will encounter a diversity of winter ecosystems and processes. Topics covered range from natural history, controversial topics, ecology, and cultural history.
There may be limited lodging available through Yellowstone Forever at our Yellowstone Overlook Field Campus (shared lodging). If interested in YOFC lodging please reach out to us directly at 406-848-2400. There are also several lodging facilities in Gardiner, MT. You can find more information about Gardiner based lodging here: Gardiner, MT - Lodging.
We are continually updating and refining our COVID-19 mitigation measures to ensure the health and safety our guests, staff and volunteers. Read our COVID-19 guidelines for program participants.