Events

Mono Lake Moments

Join the Mono Lake Committee digitally from wherever you are as you stay home during the COVID-19 pandemic. We'll share migrating birds, blooming flowers, summer thunderstorms, and scenic views of the Mono Basin with you wherever you may be so you can bring Mono Lake into your home and enjoy some moments of peace and tranquility from the Mono Basin during these uncertain times. Mono Lake Moments are sustained by member donations. If you can't give at this time, we understand, and our thoughts are with you. If you're in a position to give today, it is especially helpful for…

Free

Virtual Seminar: Bird Anatomy & Physiology

Learn about the essentials of bird anatomy and physiology from the comfort of your own home. This virtual seminar will broaden your knowledge of important foundations of ornithology (the study of birds) that can be applied to every bird you see, and we will be using examples of birds local to the Mono Basin to help prepare you for your next visit. This seminar includes a 50-60 minute lecture, a Q&A session, and take-home exercises to apply your newfound knowledge to your backyard birds. Photo by Nora Livingston.

$25 – $40

Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Presented by the Mono Lake Committee Join us for an evening of short films on hiking, biking, paddling, surfing, conservation, community, and wild places. This year, for the first time, you can join us from anywhere with an internet connection. You can watch the festival live on Thursday, March 11, 2021 at 7:00pm Pacific ("doors" open at 6:30pm) to hear from Committee staff and learn more about the Mono Basin Outdoor Education Center and the current health of Mono Lake. With the live virtual experience, Committee staff will be there with you on live chat so together with fellow Mono…

$10 – $75

Virtual Seminar: Bird Feathers & Flight

Learn about the essentials of bird feathers and flight from the comfort of your own home. This virtual seminar will broaden your knowledge of important foundations of ornithology (the study of birds) that can be applied to every bird you see, and we will be using examples of birds local to the Mono Basin to help prepare you for your next visit. This seminar includes a 50-60 minute lecture, a Q&A session, and take-home exercises to apply your newfound knowledge to your backyard birds. Photo by Bob Steele.

$25 – $40