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Jan 18, 2017
National Parks Store: Antarctica: A Visit to the Ice Age

Shari and Richard Thompson will share their HD video documenting a ten-day trip in December 2015.

Jan 21, 2017
National Parks Store: Audubon Lecture Series: Where Does Water Come From?

Learn about the source of the Tucson Basin’s water supply and its hydrologic cycle, from groundwater recharge to well water extraction

Feb 01, 2017
National Parks Store: Animal Attraction and the Mating Game

Explore how animals use scent, sound, color, and impressive displays to catch the attention of potential mates.

Feb 04, 2017
National Parks Store: Find Your Park Series: Monumental Places

Gregory McNamee explores the history of the national park system, with special attention to how it came to bear on Arizona—a relationship that is ongoing.

Feb 08, 2017
National Parks Store: On the Trail of the Ancient Ones—the Story of the Anasazi

Take a journey to another place and another time. Join Terry Poppleton as he takes you back 1,000 years to the Four Corners region of the U.S. for a look into the Ancestral Puebloan people.

Feb 15, 2017
National Parks Store: Geronimo & the Breakout Period

Join Jack Lasseter for the conclusion of the second half of the Apache story.

Feb 18, 2017
National Parks Store: Find Your Park Series: Mythical River

In a lyrical mix of natural science, history, and memoir, Melissa L. Sevigny ponders what it means to make a home in the American Southwest at a time when its most essential resource, water, is overexploited and undervalued.

Feb 22, 2017
National Parks Store: The Explorations and Discoveries of George Bird Grinnell, the Father of Glacier National Park

Join Hugh Grinnell, distant cousin of George Bird Grinnell, for a sixty minute show in which the audience does not “hear about” historical events, but experiences them.

Mar 15, 2017
National Parks Store: A Walk in the Desert

Join local historian, Jack Lasseter, for an engaging discussion that will bring the desert alive for you.

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