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Monty Goes to College pt. 2 – Victim Loyalty
January 21, 2015

Alyeska Ski Resort, Alaska, Alyeska Ski Resort, Alaska - The Alyeska Resort Blog

Well I must say this last week in Utah at the Wasatch Backcountry Rescue International Dog School was quite a success. The adventures started with having a service dog in the airport, to flying in an AirMed helicopter to an avalanche scenario on the final day of class. Monty was ...Read More

Monty Goes to College pt. 2 – Victim Loyalty,



Safety First Kids
January 15, 2015

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Safety First! National Safety Month occurs every year in January. Many ski areas across the country participate in Safety Month to educate skiers and snowboarders about being safe, and to use common sense on the slopes. National Safety Month includes a poster drawing contest, a photo contest, and participating resorts also compete for ...Read More

Safety First Kids,



Monty Goes to College
January 13, 2015

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Alyeska’s youngest Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Monty, has arrived in the great state of Utah where he will be joining other rescue dogs from all over the world for specialty training with Wasatch Backcountry Rescue search and rescue dog school. Wasatch Backcountry Rescue International Dog School is a four day ...Read More

Monty Goes to College,



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Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

awcc_brownbearThe Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is dedicated to the rehabilitation of orphaned and injured animals and providing wildlife awareness education to the public. This provides visitors with the opportunity to view Alaskan wildlife up close. Amateur photographers have the opportunity to take award-winning photographs while animals display their natural, "wild" behavior. Coyotes peer out from behind the brush while a bald eagle swoops in on the salmon remains left by a grizzly bear. Wood Bison plod through 65 acres of tidal flat terrain, as part of a program that will one day restore the species to the Alaskan wilderness.

awcc_elkDrive through in the comfort of your own vehicle or walk to each exhibit for up-close photographic opportunities and to learn about the animals. Open daily 9 am - 7 pm. Visit their website.

For more information about visiting the AWCC, please contact Concierge at
907-754-2108 or via email.



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