Still deserving of its nickname as the Last Frontier, Alaska boasts epic wilderness and wildlife wonders. For centuries, Alaska has captured the imaginations of travelers and explorers. And while today’s Alaska adventurer can be assured of every creature comfort, its wild allure remains untamed. Annie Van Dinther, who lives in the hamlet of Homer on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula, hosts today’s virtual journey to the 49th State. Within Alaska’s bounds are North America’s highest mountain range, 3 million lakes, 100,000 glaciers and 34,000 miles of shoreline. Alaska’s tundra, forests and seas are home to a magnificent array of wild animals, with bears, moose, caribou, whales, eagles and much more thriving in vast tracts of uninhabited terrain. You’ve seen Alaska in countless nature documentaries, you’ve heard about it in our webinars…is it time to consider an Alaska adventure in person? As she shares a local’s view on her home state, Annie also offers an overview of Nat Hab’s Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari, Wild Alaska Grizzly Encounter and Alaska Explorer expedition to the Kenai and Prince William Sound.
Originally presented April 8, 2021
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