“In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.” ~ John Muir
Whether it's watching a pair of busy bluebird parents feeding their screaming young (every mother can identify with that!), or walking through wildflower fields of every color and description, nature has a way of opening our eyes and senses in ways that we never expected. Being a wildlife biologist isn't so much about seeing wild things, but is more a matter of understanding what we see. Anyone can go to a zoo and see wildlife, but it's the time we spend with them in their own world, that will explain much about ours.
One of our goals here at Wild Echo Bison Reserve is to give you a new appreciation and love for the beauty of our natural world. As wildlife biologists, we have a number of plant and wildlife studies going on here at the Reserve, and your first night will be an overview of what those studies are, and find out which you would like to know more about, or even actually partake in. Whether your interest is in photography, birdwatching, flowers, or our furry four footed friends, we have something for everyone.
Join us on our hikes through mountain meadows and tree shaded forests, where we will explore the wonders of this world that we are so fortunate to be a part of. Where seeing really is believing, and even more important, is understanding.