Glacier National Park Hosts Another "Brown Bag" Seminar
Contact: Amy Vanderbilt, 406 888-5838
WEST GLACIER, MONT. – Learn about the fascinating insects that live in the streams and rivers of Glacier National Park. Through underwater photography, get a rare view of these often overlooked animals. Learn about their adaptations, fascinating natural histories, and rarely seen habitats. Join entomologist, Joe Giersch, in a spectacular underwater journey through streams and rivers of Glacier National Park and gain a unique perspective of the park on Monday, November 16 from 12 noon – 12:45 p.m., in the West Glacier Community Building at park headquarters.
Giersch resides in West Glacier with his wife Jean and works as a contract entomologist identifying insects from streams and rivers throughout the west.
These Brown Bag lectures are made available by Glacier National Park’s Crown of the Continent Research Learning Center: http://www.nps.gov/glac/naturescience/ccrlc.htm - NPS -
Did You Know?
In 1974, 93% of Glacier National Park was recommended as Wilderness. To this day, over 93% of Glacier’s backcountry is managed as Wilderness.