Jan 4 | Science on Tap

Join us for the first Science on Tap of 2024 on Thursday, January 4 at 6:30 pm. Januarys speaker will be Neil Anderson, Program Manager – Wildlife Division of Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. His talk will be on “Wild Horse Island Bighorns – History and Role in Bighorn Conservation.”
Neil achieved a BS in Fish and Wildlife Science from South Dakota State University and an MS in Fish and Wildlife Management from Montana State University. For over 20 years he served as the biologist and supervisor in the FWP Wildlife Health Lab focusing on wildlife health issues, including Chronic Wasting Disease, brucellosis, and bighorn sheep respiratory disease. Neil is am currently the Region 1 Wildlife Program Manager for FWP, overseeing all wildlife management activities for the region and has been in this position for almost 8 years.
Tickets are $5 a person.
Please note: No food will be available downstairs in the Cellar, please come early and eat upstairs prior to the presentation.
Science on Tap is an informal community gathering to discuss science around the lake, region, world… and sometimes beyond. We invite local scientists and researchers in our community to discuss and present their work and results in ways that are easy to understand and light on data and graphs. This is a fun, family-friendly event in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Bring your curiosity and enjoy yourself!
Brought to you by the Flathead Lakers, Flathead Lake Biological Station, and the FLBC Pubhouse.