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?
Did you know that in 1932, Glacier National Park and Waterton Lakes National Park became the world’s first International Peace Park due to the good work between the two nation’s rotary clubs?