May 22, 2018 - National Geographic Quest
Our second day finds us in one of the most pristine wilderness areas of the world: Glacier Bay National Park. This 3.3 million acre wilderness is also designated as a Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage site for the unique opportunity to study and observe ecological succession in the wake of rapid and modern glacial recession, beginning around 250 years ago. With a National Park Service Ranger and Huna Tlingit Cultural Interpreter as our guides, we explore this bay and learn about its story as a home, and as a homeland.
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