This all-day event aims to bring together citizens to focus on the endangered Cook Inlet beluga whale, fostering local pride, awareness, and stewardship. It is a collaboration between a variety of federal and state agencies, local and national organizations, as well as individuals. Any beluga whales counted will be entered into the Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Ecosystem Portal which is used by Cook Inlet beluga managers and researchers to help assess location and abundance of information.
Viewing Stations: From 10 am to 2 pm, help count beluga whales at numerous stations throughout Cook Inlet from Home to Mat Su Valley. *Station at Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is free with admission.
The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center will have viewing stations out at The Point for participants to join in counting. Other activities in Bison Hall TBD.
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