Midsummer Night's Science Series
Come discover the natural wonders in your backyard here on Campbell Tract. Interact with local professionals and discover the processes of science and natural resource management. These family-friendly, hands-on workshops are free and open to the public. All programs begin at 7pm.
August 6: Capturing Alaska in Digital
Learn how to capture the beauty of Alaska through photography. BLM specialist Karen Laubenstein will demonstrate and share her tips on photo composition, adjusting settings, capturing the aurora, night sky photography, wildlife photography, and landscapes and scenic photography.
August 13: Bird Banding 101
Join BLM wildlife biologist Bruce Seppi for an evening of bird banding! Learn why and how scientists band migrant songbirds. Then visit a bird banding net to see the art and science of bird-banding in the field.
August 20: Mushroom Fair!
Come have fun learning about fungi. Local mushroom enthusiasts will share their knowledge about mushrooms through posters, discussion, and specimens from all over South-central Alaska. Bring specimens from your own backyard to identify!