Around town for Wednesday, Nov. 4

...m., Louie's Douglas Inn. Free. 21 and up.Wildlife Wednesday, 7 p.m., Thunder Mountain High School. Bob Armstrong will do a presentation about how local wildlife "takes care of the kids", showing videos and describing interesting...
'Taking Care of the Kids' the topic of upcoming Wildlife Wednesday lecture

Next Wednesday, local biologist, photographer, author and naturalist Bob Armstrong will give a presentation on how Southeast Alaskan animals - from spiders to deer - take care of their young. The talk, hosted...
A new season of wildlife on Wednesdays

...both published and unpublished.The second speaker, on Nov. 4, is local naturalist, author and photographer Bob Armstrong. He is a former Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist and University of Alaska Southeast professor. Armstrong...
14-year-old IDs hooded oriole in Juneau

...are also a lot more birders in Alaska than there used to be, which may contribute to first-time sightings, said Bob Armstrong, naturalist and author of the book "Guide to the Birds of Alaska." Armstrong posted a video of the oriole on his...
Northern bog lemmings at cliff's edge?

...endangered across the United States and is asking for relevant information from the public by Nov. 17.Local naturalist Bob Armstrong, who spends almost every day out observing Southeast's wildlife, said to his knowledge, he's never seen a northern...
'Singer in the stream' offers glimpse into the life of dippers

...Mendenhall Glacier, along Sheep Creek and many other places in Juneau where the birds can fish. Local naturalist Bob Armstrong also has videos of them foraging underwater on his website, Willson and Hocker weren't...
Photographer Bob Armstrong to lead Fireside chat

Well-known Juneau photographer, author and naturalist Bob Armstrong will bring nature's connections to the big screen in the auditorium of Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center for this week's Fireside...
Admiralty, from many angles

...biologist Jan Straley, Sitka writer John Straley, naturalist and author Richard Carstensen, naturalist and author Bob Armstrong, marine mammal specialist Kate Wynne, and Tlingit culture bearer Ben Coronell of the Yanyeidi (wolf) clan of the...
Exploring the realities of the 'butterfly effect' in Alaska

...saying that a flutter of a butterfly's wings can change the course of the future. Juneau biologist and naturalist Bob Armstrong spoke at a recent Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center Fireside lecture about "Natural Connections in Alaska," the...
Five questions with Kerry Howard, Wild Shots contributor

...about it from (naturalist, writer and photographer) Bob Armstrong; he came to a Juneau Photo Group meeting one night...I thought 'Oh my God, if this is good enough for Bob Armstrong, it's good enough for me.'"How has photography...


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