Date: May 27, 2018 - Sep 16, 2018
- Times: 2 p.m.
- Admission: Free
- Location: Alaska Public Lands Information Center
Catch a free Alaska presentation at the Alaska Public Lands Information Center. Wide ranging, informative and even surprising, the topics vary and span Alaska from end to end. Subjects change frequently, but fall into themes by day of the week.
All programs begin at 2 PM and are free to the public. Call 907-644-3661 to ensure run dates for a specific program.
Sundays: Ranger Program - Join an NPS park ranger to discover their favorite stories in Alaska's science, history, and culture. Program topics are TBA and change frequently.
Mondays: No One Eats Like We Do - Today, as in the past, many Alaskans live off the land, relying on fish, wildlife and other wild resources. Subsistence, and all it entails, is critical to sustaining both the physical and spiritual culture of Alaska Native peoples. It is an important tradition for many non-Native people as well.
Tuesdays: World War II in the Aleutians - Join us in learning about the World War II and the impact it had on the people and territory of Alaska as we commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Aleutian campaign.
Wednesdays: Denali Days - Join us for a talk about the history, science, and culture of iconic Denali National Park.
Thursdays: Alaska Zoo Programs - Meet live animals from the Alaska Zoo! Animal handlers discuss the biology of a featured animal. Featured animals have included: red fox, porcupine, moose, musk ox, wolf pups, sea otter, and a dall sheep lamb.
Fridays: Coffee with a Scientist - Presenters from the Bird Treatment and Learning Center teach about bird biology and behavior.
Saturdays: Bird TLC Live Bird Demo - Visit with a Bird Treatment and Learning Center presenter and a live Alaskan bird! Bird handlers discuss bird life, habits, and habitat while you view a feathered friend up close and personal.
Anchorage, AK 99501-2231 Local