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In the Stacks: New fiction on CD

...illustrator of many treasured books for children. This is an all-ages program. And on Saturday, Oct. 19, biologist and author Katherine Hocker will be at the Valley Library at 1 pm to introduce her new book, When You See Flukes, a book...
UAS hosts First Nation elder this week

...The knowledge that he's come to Juneau to share comes from many generations before him.UAS hosts wildlife biologist and author Karsten Heuer and filmmaker Leanne Allison next Thursday and Friday. Heuer is the author of Being Caribou, this...
3 Alaska experts to star on bird cruise

...The cruise will feature three accomplished guest lecturers, including Robert H. Armstrong, Juneau wildlife biologist and author of "A Guide to the Birds of Alaska." Armstrong will present an illustrated lecture on birds of Southeast Alaska...
Biologist fills retirement with music

...on a float plane to Admiralty Island to work on an experimental fish weir. He studied Dolly Varden with local biologist and author Robert Armstrong. A musician since his youth, Hopson played a lot of guitar folk music at the time. But his...

...Waving in the Water: Alaska's Seaweeds," 6:30 and 8 p.m. Mendenhall Glacier visitor Center. Marine biologist and author Mandy Lindeberg will teach the basics of seaweed identification. Free and open to the public. Details: 789-6635...
Fireside lectures for 2011

...of the Yukon River. Friday, Feb. 25 - 6:30 & 8 p.m. Waving in the Water: Alaska's Seaweeds. Marine biologist and author of the new "Seaweeds of Alaska" field guide. Mandy Lindeberg opens the underwater world by teaching the basics...
Juneau Empire Story Archive her book, 9 a.m. Saturday. Alaska State Museum. Eat or be Eaten: A look at Predators, presentation by biologist and author Candace Savage, for kids and adults, 3 p.m. Saturday at the Mendenhall Valley library. Dance Contra Dance...
Finding a home under the ice

...estimated 2,000 streams over a large area for spawning and early rearing. Bob Armstrong is a retired fisheries biologist and author of numerous Alaska nature guidebooks. Juneau Audubon Society meets the second Thursday of each month. E-mail...
Feathered invaders make a stop in Juneau

...scientific name comes from the Latin word for "flame." "It seems to be an incredible year," said Bob Armstrong, a biologist and author of several natural history books, including the Guide to the Birds of Alaska. "I've noticed them all over...
Scientists, sightseers celebrate state's cetacean citizens

...variety show. Don Sinetti of Connecticut performed sea chanteys in the Yankee whaling tradition. Homer killer whale biologist and author Eva Saulitis read from an essay bringing together her interests in whales, writing and music. And bowhead whale...


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