Wildlife Superpowers Exhibit

Logan Pass Wildlife Superpowers Exhibits

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Duration:
2 minutes, 56 seconds

Glacier's new family-friendly "Wildlife Superpowers Exhibits" highlight the difficult task species have surviving in their sub-alpine habitat, especially in the face of a changing climate.

 

Each of the exhibits are shown below. The images link to full size versions (2-4MB jpegs) of the wayside panels. The audio files link to more information about each animal and to an accessible audio described version of the exhibit.

 
Goat illustration on Cliff Hangers wayside panel
Click to enlarge Cliff Hangers wayside exhibit

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Cliff Hangers Audio Files

More About Goats

Cliff Hangers Audio Description

 
Sheep illustrations on Head Bangers wayside panel
Click to enlarge Head Bangers wayside exhibit

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Head Bangers Audio Files

More About Sheep

Head Bangers Audio Description

 
Grizzly bear illustration on Meadow Excavator wayside panel
Click to enlarge Meadow Excavator wayside exhibit

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Meadow Excavator Audio Files

More About Grizzlies

Meadow Excavator Audio Description

 
Wolverine illustration on Mountain Explorer wayside panel
Click to enlarge Mountain Explorer wayside exhibit

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Mountain Explorer Audio Files

More About Wolverines

Mountain Explorer Audio Description

 
Ptarmigan illustrations on Super Hiders wayside panel
Click to enlarge Super Hider wayside exhibit

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Super Hider Audio Files

More About Ptarmigan

Super Hider Audio Description

 
Weasel illustrations on Super Seekers wayside panel
Click to enlarge Super Seekers wayside exhibit

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Super Seekers Audio Files

More About Weasels

Super Seekers Audio Description

 
marmot illustration on Super Sleeper wayside panel
Click to enlarge Super Sleeper wayside exhibit

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Super Sleeper Audio Files

More About Marmots

Super Sleeper Audio Description

 
pika illustrations on Super Reaper wayside panel
Click to enlarge Super Reaper wayside exhibit

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Super Reapers Audio Files

More About Pika

Super Reapers Audio Description

Last updated: October 3, 2016

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