2017 Winter Speakers Series

2017 Winter Speakers Series

The Glacier National Park Volunteer Speaker Series will again be held at the Museum at Central School on the fourth Monday of January, February and March.  The program begins at 7 pm and is free to the public.  This year’s presentations are as follows:

January 23 – Mark Biel, GNP Natural Resources Program Manager and biologist, will introduce Gracie, GNP Wildlife Service Dog.  They will discuss the pilot project in which Gracie was introduced to reduce human-wildlife interactions at Logan Pass.

February 27 – John Ashley, professional photographer, biologist and educator, will present a “virtual feast of slides and video” as he discusses “The Nature of Night, What’s Been Lost and What’s Been Found”.  He will take us on a time travel through Montana’s naturally dark night skies following the growth of artificial light at night.

March 27 – Jim Pierce of Two Bear Air will give a presentation on Search and Rescue.