There are still places to explore.

Michael Fay and Conrad Anker, National Geographic Society explorers, will be at a free lecture February 11 at Montana State University in Bozeman. The presentation is part of a daylong workshop at MSU concerning the National Geographic's Young Explorers Grants program.

Fay is a Wildlife Conservation Society conservationist and Anker is a renowned mountain-climber and The North Face athlete. Fay completed an 1,800-mile trek through the redwoods range. He is currently working in Alaska and British Columbia.

Anker trekked through the Chang Tang to study the lifecycle of the Tibetan antelope at their high altitude calving grounds. More information is available at the MSU News website
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The lecture is open to the public and will be at the Strand Union Building Ballrooms at 7:30pm February 11.