Copper Valley Virtual Adventures- June 18, 2pm The Pipeline
This live online event for all ages will explore the Alyeska Pipeline and it's presence in the Copper River Valley. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Curious about Birds of the Copper River Valley? Check out our quick reference guides. Copper Valley residents, we have these guides and "Pocket Naturalist" Alaska Bird references available for free while supplies last. Email your address to email@example.com or call the office to request yours!
Mike Harrington of Alaska Department of Fish and Game presented "Wolverines: Researching an Alaskan Wilderness Icon." The multi-media presentation will describe the research on wolverine movements that will provide valuable data for estimating their populations, and to help game managers ensure healthy populations and sustainable harvests. The presentation will explain all aspects of wolverine biology and ecology, including reproduction, activity, habitat preferences, home range sizes, and interactions among their species. Thanks to Alyeska Pipeline Service Company for support of our lecture series, and Prince William Sound College and Copper Country Alliance for partnering to make this special event possible.
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