Calendar of Events
Searching for things to do with the kids or events for families? Look no further! Want to learn a new outdoor skill or get certified before you go hunting? We’ve got you covered! Looking for continuing education credits or professional development workshops for teachers? We provide them!
Check our event listings and mark your calendar to join us.
|May 13||King Salmon Fishing 101 (Forum)||Anchorage||For additional details visit the Forums Schedule page.|
|June 10||Intro to Dipnetting (Forum)||Anchorage||For additional details visit the Forums Schedule page.|
|July 8||Sockeye Salmon Fishing 101 (Forum)||Anchorage||For additional details visit the Forums Schedule page.|
|August 6||Wildlife Safety in Coastal Alaska||Online||Enhance your confidence when out enjoying the wilderness of Coastal Alaska. Learn about bear, moose and wolf behavior and how to react for a positive outcome should you have an encounter. This event is geared toward residents living in and around the urban areas of Coastal Alaska, but the general information is great for all who are interested. Wildlife Education Specialists Abby McAllister and Marian Snively will be presenting and available for questions. Free public event. To register contact: email@example.com|
|August 19||Wildlife Safety for Hunters||Online||Hunting in Alaska often requires taking extra precautions when it comes to wildlife. Learn about bear, moose and wolf behavior and how to react for a positive outcome should you have an encounter. This event is geared toward hunters or anyone who recreates often in Alaska's wilderness. Wildlife Biologist Roy Churchwell and Education Specialist Abby McAllister will be presenting and available for questions. Presented virtually. Free to the public. To register contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|August 21||Coho Salmon Fishing 101 (Forum)||Anchorage||For additional details visit the Forums Schedule page.|
|August 27||Watching Wildlife Safely||Online||7pm. Observing wildlife, such as bears, in their natural habitats can be an unforgettable experience. Join the Alaska Dept. of Game, in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service, for a virtual presentation on how to watch wildlife safely in Alaska. To register, email co-host Abby McAllister at email@example.com. This presentation will focus on how to behave in designated bear-viewing areas, where bears may be habituated and more tolerant of humans. Areas, such as the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center, will be highlighted.|
|September 9||Moose Info Meetings 2020||Online||6pm. Southeast Alaska moose hunters, especially those in the communities of Gustavus, Haines, Juneau and Petersburg are encouraged to attend this virtual meeting for important information on this year's moose hunt. Biologists with the Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game will present on how to identify legal moose in your area, show images of legal and illegal antler configurations, and talk about how to set up for a successful hunt. Pre-registration for this online event is required. Event is free and open to the public. To register, email Abby McAllister at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|September 30||Moose and Caribou Hunting for New Hunters (Alaskans Afield)||Online||
Register at Alaskans Afield
|October 17, Saturday, 8am–5pm||Hunter Education (Beyond Bow)||Kenai||For additional details visit the BOW Schedule page.|
|November 15, Sunday, 8am–6pm||Hunter Education (Beyond Bow)||Anchorage||For additional details visit the BOW Schedule page.|