WHAT DOES A WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST DO?

Date/Time

Feb 23, 2013
2:00 pm until 3:00 pm

Description

 

Jr. Naturalist Program (grades K-6th)

WHAT DOES A WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST DO?

USGS scientist Sarah McCloskey will talk to young people of all ages about her job as wildlife biologist working with migratory birds all over Alaska. If you like animals, exploring new places and playing outdoors, you might make a great Wildlife Biologist!  Participants will have a chance to discover the beautiful remote areas she calls her “office” and learn some of the exciting techniques biologists use to study Alaska’s wildlife through hands-on activities and games. Free program (indoors); $5 parking for non-members.

Feb 23, 2pm

 

Cost

Free program; $5 parking for non-members.

Location

View map Eagle River Nature Center
32750 Eagle River Rd.
Eagle River, AK

Additional Information

Sponsor

Eagle River Nature Center

Phone

907 6942108

Contact name

Asta Spurgis

Contact email

info@ernc.org

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