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A new season of wildlife on Wednesdays

A new season of Wildlife Wednesdays, hosted by the Southeast chapter of the Alaska Wildlife Alliance, begins this month.First up on Oct. 7 is a pair of Juneau Empire outdoors writers: freelancer...
Mathcounts thanks 2015 local sponsors

...personal and monetary support for the Southeast Chapter Mathcounts Competition which was our area schools. I will be the Southeast Chapter Coordinator again next year. The Southeast Chapter Competition will be held in February...
What's happening this week, April 1

...not, and why is that distribution bizarre?" Wildlife Wednesdays are open to the public and free. Hosted by the Southeast chapter of the Alaska Wildlife Alliance. Chinook Salmon of Northern Southeast Alaska: Status, Management, and Research...
Wildlife Wednesday: Small mammals

The Southeast Chapter of Alaska Wildlife Alliance on April 1 will offer the last talk in its winter series. Riley Woodford of the Alaska Department...
Around town for Wednesday, Feb. 4

...957-1697Drawing Night, 6 p.m.- 8 p.m., at Alaska Robotics. For more information goto alaskarobotics.comThe Southeast Chapter of Alaska Wildlife Alliance presents a Wildlife, 7 p.m., at TMHS library. Kevin White, ADF&G Wildlife Research...
Wildlife Wednesday: Southeast's moose

Learn about the moose of Southeast Alaska at the Alaska Wildlife Alliance Southeast Chapter's upcoming Wildlife Wednesday, a monthly series of lectures. Kevin White, a research biologist with the Alaska Department...
Explore with Willson, Hocker and make great connections within it," according to information provided by the Alaska Wildlife Alliance's Southeast Chapter, which sponsors Juneau's monthly events. The presentation is from 7-8 p.m. in the Thunder Mountain High...
Learn about undersea life at upcoming Wildlife Wednesday lecture

...from scientists, students, fishermen, divers, naturalists and the Auk Kwaan. The event, which is hosted by the Southeast Chapter of the Alaska Wildlife Alliance, is free and open to the public.
Wild and weird: Small mammals in Southeast

...or if they were present in refugia and also colonized from there," Woodford said.During a talk hosted by the Southeast Chapter of the Alaska Wildlife Alliance, Woodford spoke on small mammals in Southeast Alaska, drawing the line for "small...
Around Town for Wednesday, April 2

...Glacier and Those Who Depend on It," 7-8 p.m., Glacier Visitor Center. Sponsored by Alaska Wildlife Alliance, Southeast Chapter. With John Neary, Director of the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center. Free, open to the public, refreshments...


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