Sunday, April 22, 2012

Earth Day at the Glacier

Woodsy Owl looks on as a Daughter of the New Moon dances
On a 17-million-acre national forest, there is no shortage of ways to celebrate Earth Day. Juneauites enjoyed another year at Mendenhall Glacier on Satudray, when the Tongass hosted quite a variety of performers, exhibitors, and birds of several feathers. And we had surprisingly fine weather for the Audubon walk!


Learning about alternative energy


All Nations Children Dancers interpret a ptarmigan hunt

Lis & Leif Saya bring it home, flanked by the new
Tongass (right) & Chugach (left) posters

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