Jan 12, 2020 12:07 AM

Wildlife topic of next Smoky Hills Audubon Society meeting

Posted Jan 12, 2020 12:07 AM
<b>Mike Miller. </b>Photo courtesy Smoky Hills Audubon Society
Mike Miller. Photo courtesy Smoky Hills Audubon Society

What is going on with wildlife these days? Find out from an expert at the next Smoky Hills Audubon Society meeting Thursday.

Have you noticed coyotes are becoming a problem in Chicago? Have you heard reports that an active wolfpack has returned to Eastern Colorado? Have you seen reports of the moose in north-central Kansas? What's going on?

Additionally, the Recovering America's Wildlife Act is moving through Congress and millions of dollars will be available to help endangered wildlife.

Find out what is happening with and for wildlife from Mike Miller from the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism at the next Smoky Hills Audubon Society meeting. The meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday in room 229 of Peters Science Hall at Kansas Wesleyan University. Peters Science Hall is located in the southeast part of campus along East Cloud Street.

All Smoky Hill Audubon Society programs are open to the public at no charge.