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.