MAINERS GO WILD IN ALASKA
October 7 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
This last spring, Sandi and Bob Duchesne finally took their first trip to Alaska, after planning and saving up for it over the past forty years. Their itinerary took them through city parks in Anchorage, numerous destinations along the Kenai Peninsula in the southwest, Nome on the northwestern coast just below the Arctic Circle, and finally camping out in Denali National Park and along the wild and scenic Denali Highway, allowing them to explore some of the vast interior of our 49th state. Despite spending nearly a month on the ground, visiting glaciers by land and by sea, and seeing plenty of birds, mammals, and other wildlife for the first time (as well as many species they had seen previously in Maine and elsewhere), they were able to visit only a tiny fraction of Alaska’s wild places – so there are still a lot of destinations on their joint bucket list. Join Sandi and Bob for an entertaining and educational travelogue, with plenty of time at the end to ask questions and share some of your own Alaska experiences.
Offered via Zoom, pre-register here: