Glacier is one of the crown jewels of the U.S. National Park System, and few know it as well as Expedition Leader Jeremy Covert. Jeremy makes his home in Montana much of the time when he’s not out in the field, and Glacier holds a special place in his heart. Join him for a captivating overview of the natural history of Glacier and its Canadian neighbor, Waterton Lakes National Park which shares a border and an ecosystem, too. Few wild landscapes are as drop-dead gorgeous as Glacier, with its jumble of peaks, high ridges, alpine meadows, knee-deep wildflowers, dense forests, and meltwater lakes fed by streams pouring from the park’s namesake glaciers, which continue to dwindle in a warming climate. Jeremy reveals the park’s geology, which underlies it all, its diverse flora, and its famous fauna, including mountain goats, elk and a healthy population of grizzly bears. One thing is certain: after you enjoy this webinar, you’ll be ready to head for northwest Montana to indulge in a Glacier adventure for yourself!
Originally presented July 24, 2020
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