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Anchorage

  • December 14, 7–8 pm
    Wildlife Wednesdays: When Scientists Get Surprised: Brown Bear and Sea Otter Research at Katmai National Park
     Alaska Zoo Gateway Hall. Seeing is believing! Come learn what scientists discovered after installing remote cameras at two islands along the Katmai coast this summer. Grant Hilderbrand and Dan Monson of the USGS Alaska Science Center will share information, photos and videos on their studies of brown bears and sea otters along the Katmai National Park coast.

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    Sponsored by the Alaska Zoo, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Alaska Geographic, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S.G.S. The Alaska Zoo is located at 4731 O'Malley Road.

Mat-Su

  • December 7, 7 pm – 8 pm
    Wildlife Wednesdays: Dall Sheep in the Chugach
    Matanuska Experiment Farm in Palmer. With Tom Lohuis of ADF&G. Dall sheep inhabit some of the most extreme and rugged terrain in Alaska, including alpine ridges and steep slopes. The remoteness of sheep habitat protects them from threats, and yet Dall sheep populations in the Chugach have declined over the last 20-25 years. Tom Lohuis, sheep research biologist, will share his research investigating the potential causes for this decline, discuss what the Alaska Department of Fish and Game has planned for the future, and consider what this might mean for sheep populations in Southcentral Alaska. For more information, email sierra.doherty@alaska.gov .

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    Brought to you by Alaska Department of Fish & Game, Alaskans for Palmer Hay Flats, The Nature Conservancy & Mat-Su Salmon Habitat Partnership.

    All Mat-Su WW talks will be held at UAF Matanuska Experiment Farm, 1509 S. Georgeson Drive, Palmer, AK 99645. Meet in Kerttula Hall, upstairs classroom.