Calendar of Events
Camps & Skills Clinics

Anchorage

  • Saturday, February 25, 12pm-5pm
    Anchorage BOW Hunter Education Class
    For additional details visit the BOW Schedule page.

Fairbanks

  • February 6 and 9, 5pm-9pm
    Fairbanks BOW Beaver Trapping Class
    For additional details visit the BOW Schedule page.
  • February 27, 5pm-10pm
    Fairbanks BOW Hunter Education Class
    For additional details visit the BOW Schedule page.

Gateway Hall at the Alaska Zoo

  • January 11
    From the Shores to Cliffs: A Behind the Scenes Tour of Qayassiq (Round Island), Walrus Islands
    When: 1/11/22 7:00-8:00 p.m.
    What: Wildlife Wednesdays lecture series
    Title: From the Shores to Cliffs: A Behind the Scenes Tour of Qayassiq (Round Island), Walrus Islands
    By: Amber Stephens
    Where: This is an in-person presentation, free of charge and is located in the Gateway Hall at the Alaska Zoo.

Mushers Hall 925 Farmers Loop Road, Fairbanks

  • January 18
    Sharing the Trails - A winter trail safety and trap removal workshop for dog owners
    6pm. Join us for presentations about
    • Recognizing traplines and traps
    • Getting your dog out of a trap or snare
    • Hands-on practice opening traps
    • Winter wildlife safety (moose, bears, wolves)
    • Dog CPR and first aid on the trail
    For more information contact the ADF&G Fairbanks office: 907-459-7206

    Sponsored by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, the Alaska Trappers Association, and the Alaska Dog Mushers Association

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Nome

  • Fri, Feb 17, 5-7pm @Nome ADF&G Office; Sat, Feb 18, 11am-2pm (location TBD)
    Nome Small Game Hunting
    For additional details visit the BOW Schedule page.

Online

  • December 1
    Virtual Winter Wildlife series — Bears, Walruses and Birds: We've got them all
    7pm. Alaska does everything bigger and our state-owned and state-operated wildlife refuge program is no different. At nearly 3.3 million acres of protected wildlife habitat in 32 refuge areas, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game manages the nation's largest state refuge program for the benefit of our residents and visitors. Join Joe Meehan, the Lands and Refuges Coordinator, to discover what little-known wildlife refuge areas are near your home and how you can enjoy the rich fish and wildlife resources of these areas, be it hunting, fishing, wildlife viewing, or simply recreating in these natural areas. Register in advance for this meeting.
  • January 26
    Virtual Winter Wildlife Series - Straight from the Caribou's Mouth
    7pm-8pm. Studying what animals eat in the wild can be a tricky business, but some researchers use a unique tool to reveal secrets about how wild animals make a living. In this talk, Dr. Kristin Denryter, Wildlife Physiologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, will share stories and science from the work she has conducted with tame animals in the field.Register in advance for this meeting.