September 29 – Animals in Action, with Bob Armstrong

A little bit about Bob:

Bob Armstrong has written about and photographed nature in Alaska since 1960.

His books include The Mendenhall Wetlands a book sponsored in part by the Southeast Alaska Land Trust, a Guide to the Birds of Alaska; Alaska’s Birds; and Alaska’s Fish. In addition he has coauthored The Nature of Southeast Alaska; Alaska’s Natural Wonders; Southeast Alaska’s Natural World; Whistlers on the Mountains; Along the Mt. Roberts Trail in Juneau, Alaska; Dragonflies of Alaska; Dragons in the Ponds and Life around Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau Alaska. He has also authored and coauthored numerous scientific and popular articles on fish, birds, mammals, plants, and insects in Alaska.

He has worked as a fishery biologist and research supervisor for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and as an Associate Professor for the University of Alaska where he taught courses in fisheries and ornithology.

Bob Armstrong currently lives in Juneau where he continues to photograph and write about the Natural History of Alaska. Learn more on his website:

Seating is limited. Please plan to come early!
For more information: (907) 586-3100

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