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2015 Fireside lectures begin today Southeast Alaska are a topic on a lot of different people's minds right now," he said. He'll talk about the natural history of Alexander Archipelago wolves in Southeast Alaska, as well as the Forest Service's role and management of the...
Carstensen to discuss two of his books following museum meeting Wednedsay

...Ballroom on Wednesday, Nov. 13, naturalist Richard Carstensen will discuss two of his new publications covering the natural history of the region. The meeting begins at at 7 p.m.Carstensen is a naturalist with Discovery Southeast, the publisher...
Around town for Wednesday, Nov. 13

...this short business meeting, Richard Carstensen will discuss and illustrate two of his new publications covering the natural history of our region. Refreshments provided courtesy of the Friends. Details:
Smithsonian museums feature Tlingit artwork, speakers

...invited to perform. In honor of National American Indian month, the group also performed for audiences at both the Natural History Museum and the National Museum of the American Indian Nov. 7 through 11.On Nov. 9 and 10, the National Museum...
40 years as a glacial gathering place

...Visitor Center provides extensive information about the natural history of Juneau's most accessible glacier and the surrounding...and writers have had their work published through the natural history association and distributed at the visitor center...
Agencies to survey owls with public help

...abundance of forest owls throughout Southeast Alaska - and we're asking for your help. Very little is known about the natural history, distribution and abundance of forest owls in Southeast Alaska. Our three-year study will gather information...
Coffee & Collections lecture offers up raven, eagle facts

...of Ravens and Eagles." beginning at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 6. After giving a brief discussion on the natural history of eagles and ravens, Harbanuk will focus on the social lives of eagles and ravens and their relationship with...
Outdoor Explorers Summer camps kick off in June

...will feature role-play games, an art project and an age-appropriate outdoor presentation by a local expert on the natural history of Southeast. Groups consist of 13 participants ages 7-9, or 10-12, with two adult naturalists. The first...

...finding the largest trees in the Tongass National Forest. The program, suitable for all ages, will also focus on the natural history and ecology of old-growth forest in the area. For more information call Dale Campbell, director of the visitors...
KTOO's 'Shorebirds' wins national award

...then follows them north to their nesting grounds on the sub-arctic tundra. The half-hour program explores the natural history of the shorebirds, scientific research on populations, prey and breeding, and habitat issues that challenge the...


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