2021 Pacific Northwest And Alaska Virtual Cancellations
If America has a final frontier, it’s here in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska Region. Frozen lands at the farthest flung corners of the continent are a challenge for even the most intrepid explorers to reach, though the reward of setting eyes on the undisturbed Alaska wilds offers promise. In the northwester corner of the contiguous states, fossil beds flank mountain ranges, and crystal-clear lakes invite visitors to boat or swim. Historical sites tell tales of the brave, like the settlers who cleared the famed Oregon Trail.
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Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve
Take a boat tour of Glacier Bay’s magnificent waters to get an up-close experience of the highlights that have thrilled visitors for years. Wildlife abounds during the summer months, with a diversity of marine mammals feeding in the waters and numerous pelagic birds raising chicks. This Story Map follows the typical route of the summer dayboat, sharing some of the areas to locate wildlife and spending time at an active tidewater glacier.
John Day Fossil Beds National Monument
Explore the prehistoric past of Oregon at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument! See science in action in a park that preserves a world class record of plant and animal evolution, a changing climate, and 40 million years of past ecosystems. Watch the official park film or become a Junior Ranger from wherever you are!
Wing Luke Museum
Experience the Wing Luke Museum’s Digital Tateuchi Story Theatre, where the programs come to you! Travel to historic sites across the region and through Seattle Chinatown-International Districts’ Kong Yick buildings built over 100 years ago; enjoy community stories as told by local veteran heroes; and bring the entire family to watch Story Time pieces, read and performed by Asian Pacific American artists and leaders.
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve
Can’t make it to Alaska in person? Explore America’s largest national park from home! This park has everything – from volcanoes to glaciers, rainforest to tundra, Wrangell-St. Elias is home to an incredible diversity of animal species. Learn more about some of the wildlife that is protected here, then get your virtual cancellations.