Glacier Institute
Program Description
Hands-on approach to learning the natural history indigenous to the Glacier National Park. Classes include birdwatching, wildlife, wildflowers, geology, glaciers, ancient forests, ecology, insects, flyfishing, natural history. Field Science programs for youth
Program Length
1-7 days
Program Focus
Includes experienced scientists, authors, photographers
U.S. Locations
Glacier National Park, Montana
Year round
Joyce Baltz
Executive Director
Glacier Institute
P.O. Box 1887
Kalispell, MT 59903
United States
Phone: 406-755-1211
Fax: 406-755-7154
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