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The Southeast Alaska Discovery Center has added another great addition to the 2014-2015 Friday Night Insight series Call for Details

For more information about the Friday night insight series…

Call For Artists - Alaska Hummingbird Festival Juried Art Show

The Alaska Hummingbird Festival is just around the corner. The Alaska Hummingbird Festival Juried Art Show is an educational program to promote awareness of the spring migratory birds of Southeast Alaska through creative arts.

Important Dates:
Entry Deadline: Friday, TBA, 2015

Reception and Exhibit: Friday, TBA, 2015

For more information about the art show and entry guidelines
Download the Entry Form Here

Official Facebook News Feed for Tongass National Forest

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The crisp peak of an orange sand dune stretches into the distance. The sky is bright blue with white, wispy clouds. Did You Know?
The Kobuk Valley National Park is the only place in Alaska with sand dunes. The three clusters of sand dunes, The Great Kobuk, Little Kobuk, and Hunt River, cover 25 square miles and constitute the largest active sand dunes within arctic latitudes.