Wednesday, July 17, 2013

[NA] Seeking: High schoolers for 1-week biology camp

We are looking for one more high school student interested in
attending the FIELD BIOLOGY course offered by UAF/NACTEC in early
August. We are extending the deadline to 5pm THIS THURSDAY, JULY

There are so many great career opportunities in our region, Alaska and
beyond in the fields of wildlife biology, fisheries, ecology,
etc.--this camp gives high schoolers a glimpse of the possibilities.
Don't miss it!

with Claudia Ihl

Monday-Saturday / August 5-10
2 UAF credits / for grades 11 & 12
Salmon Lake Boy Scout Camp

Love being outside? Interested in fish or wildlife? Don't miss
NACTEC's cool FIELD BIOLOGY course this summer! Learn to read animal
signs! Identify ages and sexes of muskoxen! Catch fish and learn about
the life cycle of salmon in rivers and lakes! Identify plants and
learn why they are important for animals like moose, muskoxen, hares,
bears! Learn how to use a radio collar and receiver to track animals!
Do your own research project!

YOUR CLASSROOM: The Boy Scout camp at Salmon Lake. Spend the days
outside studying animals, plants and water. It's fun!

Interested? Contact NACTEC by this THURSDAY, July 18: 443-3507.
You'll need to apply at NACTEC:

Carol Gales
Program Development Manager

University of Alaska Fairbanks - Northwest Campus
P.O. Box 400
Nome, AK 99762
907-443-8407 (phone)
800-478-2202, ext. 8407 (toll-free)
907-443-5602 (fax)
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