Join Us for Our Next
Evening with a Naturalist:
Robert Michael Pyle hosted by Annie Garde

Come to the fourth event in our fantastic new series!
We’re bringing in nationally-known naturalists for an exclusive, dynamic evening of conversation, with local radio personality Annie Garde interviewing our guest during the formal program, and time for questions, mingling, and drinks before and after.

Only 50 tickets available!

Robert Michael Pyle is the founder of the Xerces Society, renowned writer, and lepidopterist. The Xerces Society focuses on the conservation of invertebrates and Robert Michael Pyle is known especially for his work and writings on butterflies, which include numerous books, essays for Orion magazine, and papers. He has taught writing and natural history for many colleges and institutes. His many awards include a Guggenheim fellowship, the Washington State Book Award, and the John Burroughs Medal for Distinguished Nature Writing.

Annie Garde is the Children’s Program Director for Montana Public Radio, where she hosts and produces the “Pea Green Boat” and the “Children’s Corner.” She is also president of the Clark Fork Chapter of the Montana Native Plant Society and a lifelong naturalist.

Friday, September 23  |  Doors open at 7; program at 7:30  |  $60

The evening includes light appetizers provided by the Good Food Store, drinks provided by the Dram Shop, and an opportunity to meet (and mingle with!) a famous naturalist.
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Montana Natural History Center  |  406.327.0405  |

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