Many people go missing and one of the tools that are used in locating them are canines. Dogs are remarkable in things that they have been taught to find, helping solve crimes and locating missing and lost persons. North Paw K9 Search and Recovery, will discuss how the dogs are trained and how they work together with the dogs to locate the missing.
Wildlife Diaries programs are illuminating presentations on wildlife topics oriented for zoo patrons of all ages! They are each Tuesday in June, July and August, starting at 7pm on the coffee shop lawn at the Alaska Zoo. Presentations are FREE with paid admission (or membership) into the zoo!
Wildlife Diaries are sponsored by ConocoPhillips and are all ASL interpreted.
For more information, contact Alaska Zoo Education Director, Stephanie Hartman at 907-341-6463 or firstname.lastname@example.org.