Our popular Wildlife Wednesdays Free Wildlife Speaker Series is upon us again! Stay warm and informed on the ways of wildlife in Alaska this winter on the second Wednesday of each month at the Alaska Zoo Gateway Hall. Each talk begins at 7pm and covers a different topic focused on wildlife of the Great Land - Alaska. The presentations are approximately 45 minutes long with questions and answers afterwards.
MARCH 13TH: “SENTINELS OF THE SEAS: SEABIRDS, DIE-OFFS & ECOSYSTEM CHANGES”
Puffins, kittiwakes and murres are sentinels of our seas. Their die-offs in Prince William Sound and along Alaska’s coast in recent years is unprecedented and reveals a changing Pacific Ocean ecosystem. Join Robb Kaler, a wildlife biologist with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, as he discusses these changes and how citizens like you are helping to document the possible causes.
These talks are FREE, ASL interpreted, and coffee and tea are available. There are door prizes too, graciously donated by Alaska Geographic! Join us this winter, October through April, for yet another season of educational and enriching Wildlife Wednesdays! For details on this and other zoo programs, contact Stephanie Hartman (Education Director) at (907)341-6463 or firstname.lastname@example.org.