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Summer 2015 Daily Naturalist Activities
May 23 through September 7

In Bartlett Cove
During the summer months, park naturalists provide a variety of fun, informative, and free ranger-guided activities every day. Join a ranger for a guided walk along the beach, or through the lush temperate rainforest of Bartlett Cove. Don't miss our evening programs presented each night in the park theater, upstairs in the Lodge. Also, check out our "Discovery Days" for kids!

Glacier Bay National Park Visitor Center
Upstairs in the Glacier Bay Lodge. Park rangers are on duty to help you get the most out of your visit.
Exhibits, Bookstore, Theater, Park Information, Reading Area, kid's corner,
Underwater Listening Station
Open daily 11:00 am to 8:00 pm. Phone 907-697-2661

8:30 AM Daily
Daily
Morning Walk: Sights, Sounds, and Signs
Join a park ranger and search for the many creatures that call Bartlett Cove home. 2 hours.
Hike begins and ends at the Glacier Bay Lodge Lobby.

1:00 PM Daily
Park Film
"Glacier Bay: Forever Wild"
In the visitor center theater. 18 minutes

1:30 PM Daily
Guided Walk on the Forest Loop Trail
Discover Bartlett Cove, a land of great change. 1.5 miles, 90 minutes, easy walking

4:00 PM Daily
Park Film
"Glacier Bay: Beneath The Reflections"
In the visitor center theater. 28 minutes

5:00 PM Daily
Ranger Talk: Glacier Bay Spotlight
A hidden story of Glacier Bay will be revealed!
Meet at the carved canoe shelter near the public dock. 15 minutes

7:00 PM Daily
Evening Ranger Program
Discover the many wonders of Glacier Bay. Join a ranger for a fun and informative slide program.
In the visitor center theater. Topics vary nightly. 45 minutes.

 
Rangers are on board tour boats and cruise ships

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Trips up the Bay
Glacier Bay Park rangers are also onboard all cruise ships and tour boats to answer questions, interpret the scenery, history, and spot wildlife. They will spend the day aboard to help you appreciate the wonders of your national park.

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