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Online Lecture: Exploring Wildlife in the Land of Extremes — Subarctic Alaska

Program No. 24626RJ
Join us on Monday, April 8, 2024, at 2 p.m. (ET)/ 11 a.m. (PT), for a one-hour lecture and Q&A exploring wildlife in Subarctic Alaska.
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At a Glance

From polar bears, caribou and grizzlies to bowhead whales, microscopic zooplankton and phytoplankton, let’s go on a wildlife adventure in the Arctic, Subarctic and Temperate Rainforest regions of Alaska! Alaska is 20% of the land mass of the United States, and its location on top of North America provides a unique environment for astonishing species of wildlife. Join expert Jerri Roberts for the second segment of this three-part series, and get to know wildlife in Alaska. This lecture will focus on Subarctic Alaska — interior Alaska between the Brooks and Alaska Ranges of mountains. This area is home to many animal species including grizzlies, Dall sheep, moose and the mysterious wood frog.

General Notes

This lecture is the second in a series of lectures held on three consecutive Mondays starting April 1, 2024. To attend the full series, please also enroll in “Online Lecture: Exploring Wildlife in the Land of Extremes — Arctic Alaska” (program #24646 on April 1, 2024 at 2pm ET), and “Online Lecture: Exploring Wildlife in the Land of Extremes — Southeast Alaska” (program #24630 on April 15, 2024 at 2pm ET). The cost is $25 per lecture.

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