Alaska Virtual Youth Fish and Wildlife Club

Calling all inquisitive explorers, young anglers, brilliant biologists, future fish nerds, and generally nature-curious kiddos! Youth Fish & Wildlife Club aims to tap into youth curiosity and wonder, foster appreciation for nature and culture in Alaska and beyond, engage young people informally with science, and teach proficiency in outdoor skills. 

Join Marye and guests every Wednesday at 4PM to learn something new and connect with friends:

How to connect: Open in a new window. At the log-in screen, click "join a meeting" and enter meeting ID: 161 682 2976 password: F&Wclub23!


January 18 – (4PM) Welcome to Youth Fish & Wildlife Club!

January 25 – (4PM) Alaska's rodents!

February 1 – (4PM) Snowflakes and ice (bring a white piece of paper and scissors)

Feb 8 (4:30PM) – Pacific walrus!

Feb 15 (4:30PM) – Sounds and smells of the animal world

Feb 22 (4:30PM) – Junior Duck Stamp  

March 1 (4:30PM) – Test your fish and wildlife knowledge!

March 8 (4:30PM) – K9s in conservation with a special K9 guest Dock and trainer Chad!

March 15 No Zoom/Spring Break 

March 22 – (4PM) Sea otters!

March 29 – (4PM) Puffins!

April 5 – (4PM) Wildfires

April 12 – (4PM) Spring bears & safety

April 19Cancelled

April 26 – (4PM) Hunting Q&A

May 3 – (4PM) Spring moose & safety

Thursday May 11 at 9:30AM – Illustrating the Arctic + Art Demo with Francis Vallejo:

View past sessions

woman standing by fireweed and an old train
Public Affairs Specialist
Office of Communications
Urban programming,
Refuges (southern Alaska),
Endangered Species Act/Ecological Services,
Wildlife and Sportfish Restoration ,
Digital Media
a line drawing of a sea otter holding her pup
Download these digital coloring pages created by Alaskan artists to learn more about wildlife and conservation, while creating works of art.

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