Chinstrap penguins such as this one will be one of the subjects of an upcoming free Audubon Society lecture. (Unsplash | Eamonn Maguire)
                                Chinstrap penguins such as this one will be one of the subjects of an upcoming free Audubon Society lecture. (Unsplash | Eamonn Maguire)

Chinstrap penguins such as this one will be one of the subjects of an upcoming free Audubon Society lecture. (Unsplash | Eamonn Maguire) Chinstrap penguins such as this one will be one of the subjects of an upcoming free Audubon Society lecture. (Unsplash | Eamonn Maguire)

Audubon talk will have Antarctic focus

  • Tuesday, January 8, 2019 10:00am
  • Events

Penguins and Antarctica will be the focus of a Thursday night Juneau Audubon Society lecture.

Antarctica at Solstice is the title of a presentation planned for 7-8 p.m., Jan. 10 at UAS Egan Lecture Hall, Room 112, 11120 Glacier Highway.

The lecture will focus on a recent visit to Antarctica by Jack Kreinheder and his wife. They saw four species of penguins and other amazing sights.

The event is free and open to the public.

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