A PHOTOGRAPHIC ADVENTURE THROUGH ALASKA’S SEWARD PENINSULA with Bill Gette from Mass Audubon

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Date/Time
Thursday, May 10, 2018, 10:00 am

Location
Edgewood Auditorium
575 Osgood Street
North Andover, MA

In June 2016, naturalist world traveler Bill Gette led his fifth group travel program to Alaska for Mass Audubon. While there, he captured hundreds of breathtaking photos of the wildlife and wilderness across one of our last great frontiers.

Join us as Bill takes you on a photographic adventure through the unspoiled beauty of the Seward Peninsula. Come along as we travel through historic gold mining operations while sharing the trail with musk ox, long-tailed jaeger, short-eared owl and red-necked phalarope. Discover the world-renowned Denali National Park as he takes you for a hike across the tundra lush with magnificent wildflowers and roaming caribou and grizzlies.
On the Kenai Peninsula, Bill will share his close encounters with bald eagles.

Come along for this magnificent travelogue packed with natural beauty, history and exploration. And don’t be surprised if you find yourself booking your own adventure when Bill’s presentation is finished!

Seating is limited. To reserve your place, please call 978-494-6843 or email us at RSVP@EdgewoodRC.com.