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 21||Coho Salmon Fishing 101 (Forum)||Anchorage||For additional details visit the Forums Schedule page.|
|November 4||Virtual Presentation: Wildlife Safety in Petersburg||Online||7-8 pm. Wildlife Education Specialist Abby McAllister and Petersburg Area Biologist Frank Robbins present on best practices for living and recreating among bears in Southeast Alaska. This hour-long presentation covers how to react in the event of a bear encounter for a positive outcome, as well as tips and recommendations for keeping bears wild and neighborhoods safe. Free and open to the public. Register here.|
|November 4||Wildlife Wednesdays: McNeil River Bears with Beth Rosenberg||Online||7-8pm. Online.Join McNeil River State Game Sanctuary Assistant Manager Beth Rosenberg to discover everything you wanted to know and more about the McNeil State Game Sanctuary Bear population! Register here.|
|November 17||Tour of Alaska Wildlife Curriculum Guides||Online||Take a tour of the Alaska Wildlife Curriculum Guides in this fun and active 5 part series. This professional development opportunity, taught by all of the ADF&G Wildlife Educators, will demonstrate the staff tips and tricks to get students outside to learn featuring a different Guide each month. Teachers can take this course for salary advancement credit. You won't sit endlessly in front of a monitor to learn about the many resources ADF&G staff have to offer AND you'll probably have fun in the outdoors yourself! -Edge your way into Ecology! -Find out about Alaska's Forests! - Tread lightly on the Tundra! - Figure out Wildlife for the Future! -and Wade into Wetlands! Meeting dates via Zoom: Nov 17 4:30-6:30, Dec 15 4:30-6, Jan 12 4:30-6, Feb 16 4:30-6, Mar 16 4:30-6, Final project April 15, 2021. Register at: tourofawc.eventbrite.com. Registration ends: November 13, 2020. Contact: Brenda.Duty@alaska.gov|
|November 19||Sharing Juneau's Trails||Online||Thursday, Nov. 19, 6-7 pm. Learn how trail-users and trappers can co-exist by learning what to look for on local trails. Juneau Area Biologist Roy Churchwell will present on local trapping regulations, tips for trail-users, how to keep pets out of trap sets, and more. Join the presentation here.|
|December 2||Wildlife Wednesdays: Winter Birding with Marian Snively||Online||7-8pm. Marian Snively of ADF&G shares tips and tricks for identifying and enjoying the hearty birds who stick around South Central AK through the winter. Register here.|