Wild Frontier: Landscapes and Wildlife of Alaska Saturday, 10th July 2021 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
An online talk by Samantha Franks organised by Sussex Ornithological Society (SOS).
Saturday 10 July at 7pm
Wild Frontier: Landscapes and Wildlife of Alaska is a journey through the fascinating geology and ecology of Alaska's diverse landscapes, the flora and fauna that call them home, and the relationship between Native Alaskans and their natural environment. This talk will travel from the coastal temperate rainforests of Southeast Alaska, to the rich marine waters of Prince William Sound; the alpine heights of the Alaska Range, to the boreal forests of the Interior; to the vast stretches of subarctic and Arctic tundra stretching to the Bering and Beaufort Seas.
This is a free event but registration is essential. Booking for SOS events is undertaken through Eventbrite. Please note these talks start half an hour earlier than Sussex Wildlife Trust talks.