Events

01/11/2020

Wildlife powerpoint presentations

2 PM - 3PM

Clark Fork Library

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01/11/2020

Wildlife powerpoint presentations

During the first few months of the year our volunteers agree to offer powerpoint presentations to our neighbors about various native neighbor topics. These lectures take place the second saturday of each month 

2 PM - 3PM

Clark Fork Library

early to mid February

Great Backyard Bird Count

your backyard or AHWF or ?

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early to mid February

Great Backyard Bird Count

Calling all bird lovers - expert to novice to get outside and enjoy the birds. 

this annual event is sponsored by Audubon and Cornell Lab of ornithology. 

get involved and pay attention to your feathered native neighbors

your backyard or AHWF or ?

Early Spring

Wildlife Topics

3pm - 6pm

Little Panida Theater

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Early Spring

Wildlife Topics

imagine sitting inside yet being transformed to the wilderness with the power if imagery and words. 

In 2017, American Heritage Wildlife Foundation, Idaho Conservation League, Kaniksu Land Trust joined together to bring Paul Bannick. The next year Wayne Melquist. In 2019 Jerry Ferrara. 

These passionate people retell their stories and observations of our wild native neighbors. 


3pm - 6pm

Little Panida Theater

Spring

Bowling for Wildlife

10 AM - 2PM

Huckleberry Lanes

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Spring

Bowling for Wildlife

2019 was the first year for Bowling for Wildlife. Thanks to the new owners and this community we put the fun  in fundraiser . Help coordinate another year to make this an annual cabin fever cure 

10 AM - 2PM

Huckleberry Lanes

Early to mid spring

Highway clean up #1

10 AM - 12 PM

Scenic highway 200

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Early to mid spring

Highway clean up #1

Join other volunteers at the AHWF facility to  review a few safety tips, receive safety vest and collection bags. The section of scenic highway 200 is a three mile stretch from mile post 56 to 59. Help us keep North Idaho green. 

10 AM - 12 PM

Scenic highway 200

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American Heritage Wildilfe Foundation inc.

American Heritage Wildilfe Foundation inc. Hwy 200 Clark Fork, ID 83811 US

(208) 266-1488 / ahwf@sandpoint.net

CALL 208.266.1488

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