Calendar of Events
March 23, 1pm – 4pm
Growing Up WILD!
Anchorage Bright Beginning staff will receive training on to integrate the seasons and place based learning into outdoor activity for children ages infant-12 years old in their care. Closed session.
April 6 – 7, April 6, 4:30–8:30pm; April 7, 9am–5pm
Alaska’s Animals - What’s Wild?
Alaska Department of Fish and Game teams up with the Alaska Zoo to help educators learn more about animal locomotion, adaptations, animals signs, food chains/webs, ecology, patterns and a little animal Venn Shui! This fun and engaging workshop is offered as a professional development opportunity for teachers with a 500 level credit from UAA. Receive training on how to use the Critter Cameras, and all of the resources the Zoo and Fish and Game have to offer teachers. For registration information visit the website: https://alaska-animals-workshop.eventbrite.com For questions contact: Brenda Duty email@example.com or call 907-267-2216
March 23 – 24, Friday March 23rd, 5pm–8pm, Saturday March 24th, 8am–5pm
Join the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and the National Park Service in exploring biology, adaptations, management, habitat and wildlife safety of Northwest Alaska’s ungulate populations (caribou, moose, muskox, wood bison)! Where: Beringia Room, Bering Land Bridge Visitor Center, 214 Front Street, Nome, Alaska. Pre-registration is required: Please reserve your space in this class by registering on EventBrite https://ungulatesofnwalaska.eventbrite.com
Fee: $74 credit fee (one graduate continuing education credit through UAA); $50 materials fee per teacher. The materials fee provides you with take-home books and materials. If you do not wish to take the class for credit, you will be charged only a materials fee. A Project WILD/Alaska Wildlife Curriculum Workshop for K-12 Educators. Sponsored by: The Alaska Department of Fish and Game, National Park Service, and University of Alaska Anchorage or contact Brenda Duty 907-267-2216 firstname.lastname@example.org