Alaska is home to one of the largest populations of migratory Golden Eagles in North America. These wide-ranging migrants use a variety of habitats throughout the year and many spend time on Alaska’s North Slope before they enter a breeding population. Come learn more as Dr. Carol McIntyre, a wildlife biologist at Denali National Park & Preserve, discusses results of historical and contemporary studies of Alaska’s migratory Golden Eagles.
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Earlier Event: November 13Is Developing the Coastal Plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Worth the Risk? A presentation by Ken Whitten
Later Event: December 82nd Saturday of Fairbanks FeederCount