White Mountain Research Center is pleased to present a series of FREE lectures open to the general public. The lectures cover a diverse array of topics and are usually presented by scientists and other researchers affiliated with the station. Unless otherwise noted, lectures are held at 7:00 PM at the Owens Valley Station located at 3000 East Line Street in Bishop, California. 760-873-4344.


Tuesday, March 27
The Bigger Picture: How Rock Art fit into the lives of the people who made it

David Lee - Western Rock Art Research - Researcher, Author and Lecturer

Tuesday, April 3
Some bristlecone history: A closer look

Daniel Pritchett - Volunteer Archivist/Historian - UC White Mountain Research Center

Tuesday, April 10
Up close and personal. Using pictures from automated cameras at desert water sources to recognize individual bighorn sheep and estimate population sizes

Dr. John Wehausen - Research Scientist

Tuesday, April 17
Can't we all get along? Competition and coexistence between native fishes of the Owens Valley

Christi Kruse - California Department of Fish and Wildlife, 2017 WMRC Mini-grant recipient

Tuesday, April 24
A Survey of Patterned Body Anthropomorphic Figures in the Native American Rock Art of the West

Courtney Smith - Local Rock Art Specialist


View archive of WMRC Public Lecture Series from 2017-2007