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  • October 29, 7pm – 8pm
    Wildlife Wedneday Lecture: Pacific Walrus
    The Biology, Ecology and Management of Pacific Walrus with James MacCracken, US Fish & Wildlife Service
    This presentation will cover the management of Pacific walrus in the U.S. and Russia. Wildlife Wednesdays are free lectures sponsored by Alaska Department of Fish & Game, Alaskans for Palmer Hay Flats and the U.S. Geological Survey to inform the community about Alaska's wildlife through current research, management practices, traditional knowledge and viewing opportunities. All lectures are held at the Mat-Su Community College.
     
  • November 19, 7 – 8 pm
    Wildlife Wednesday Lecture Beluga Whales
    Beluga Whales with Leslie Cornick of Alaska Pacific University. This presentation is part of the Wildlife Wednesday Lecture Series, sponsored by Alaska Department of Fish & Game, Alaskans for Palmer Hay Flats and the U.S. Geological Survey to inform the community about Alaska's wildlife through current research, management practices, traditional knowledge and viewing opportunities. All lectures are held at the Mat-Su Community College.
  • November 19, 7pm – 8pm
    Wildlife Wednesday Lecture: Polar Bears
    A presentation about polar bears with Todd Atwood, U.S. Geological Survey
    Wildlife Wednesdays are free lectures sponsored by Alaska Department of Fish & Game, Alaskans for Palmer Hay Flats and the U.S. Geological Survey to inform the community about Alaska's wildlife through current research, management practices, traditional knowledge and viewing opportunities. All lectures are held at the Mat-Su Community College.
  • December 10, 7pm – 8pm
    Wildlife Wednesday Lecture Caribou
    A presentation about Caribou by Nick Demma of the Alaska Department of Fish & Game. Wildlife Wednesdays are free lectures sponsored by Alaska Department of Fish & Game, Alaskans for Palmer Hay Flats and the U.S. Geological Survey to inform the community about Alaska's wildlife through current research, management practices, traditional knowledge and viewing opportunities. All lectures are held at the Mat-Su Community College.