Audubon Hosts 11th Annual Endangered Species Day Friday in Rapid City

We’re all feeling a little endangered nowadays, what with a Congress trying to take away our health insurance and a President handing our secrets to the Russians.

Prairie Hills Audubon SocietyBut hey, our furry, feathered, and scaly friends still need our support. The Prairie Hills Audubon Society is hosting its 11th annual Endangered Species Day on Friday, May 19 in Rapid City:

Black-footed ferrets, gray wolves, interior least terns, whooping cranes, pallid sturgeons—come learn about those endangered creatures and more in Rapid City on Friday!


One Response to Audubon Hosts 11th Annual Endangered Species Day Friday in Rapid City

  1. mike from iowa

    Medicaid recipients, people on food stamps, the poor, elderly and veterans are all threatened specie thanks to one party’s obsession with taxcuts for the wealthy.

    My apologies for getting off topic.