Mendenhall Glacier Bookstore

Discovery Southeast runs the bookstore and gift shop at the US Forest Service’s Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center.   The store raises funds for our education programs and provides great resources to everyone visiting the iconic Mendenhall Glacier.

Every purchase supports and sustains programs for Southeast Alaska children!

Care to volunteer occasionally?  Please  sign up here to volunteer.   We’d love your help.

In the Summer season, the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center and the bookstore are open 7 days a week, 8:00 am to 7:30 pm.

Mendenhall Glacier Bookstore

 Glacier Gear

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Mendenhall Glacier Hoodie

$49.95

Super cozy 50/50 Ecosmart hoodie made in part from recycled plastic.

Sizes range from S-XXL

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Mendenhall Glacier Koozie

$4.00

This neoprene sleeve insulates cans and other beverage containers so you can keep your favorite beverage colder longer while showing off the Mendenhall Glacier!  Mendenhall logo on front, “Cool it” on the back.

 

 

 Our Publications

Available for purchase online.

Streamwalker's Companion

The Streamwalker’s Companion

$11.00

This is an overview of streamwalking in Southeast Alaska intended for anyone who wants to put on a pair of boots and study the myriad lifeforms in our streams. You’ll find some biology here, and some chemistry, and some hydrology.  Streams are incredibly complex systems; this book helps a budding naturalist take a first leap into the water.

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Streamwalking

$9.00

Our laminated tri-fold guide to Streamwalking is the guide you’ll want in your pocket when you’re bushwacking in the Tongass.  It covers a variety of common plants and animals of Southeast Alaskan streams and ponds.  Top your waders all you want, it can take a dunk.

Reading Southeast Alaska's Landscape

Reading Southeast Alaska’s Landscape

$10.00

This book tells the constantly evolving story of geology in our region.  It tracks how bedrock forms, how glaciers wax and wane, and how rivers and the sea shape our land.  While the book offers a general introduction to bedrock and surficial geology, it also focuses in on regional geologic highlights.  It is a must-have for nature enthusiasts in Southeast.

 

 

Natural History of Juneau

Natural History of Juneau Trails: A Watershed Approach

$24.00

If you or someone on your gift list enjoys Juneau’s outdoors, this book is for you.  It is packed with information for the hiker, hunter, or any student of the outdoors.  Richard’s insightful text, full color maps, and dozens of recent and historic photographs explain the landforms, water features, and natural environments Juneau residents navigate every day.  Dive in for a whole new understanding of the areas you love to explore, with one of Southeast Alaska’s foremost naturalists.

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Intertidal Animals of Southeast Alaska

$9.00

This laminated Discovery Guide helps you identify some commonly seen animals of Southeast Alaska’s rocky intertidal inside waters. It features an insightful layout, by tidepool depth.  And it’s laminated in case the tide rises too fast.  Go out and explore the tidepools!

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Common Tracks Guide

Tracking has been a core activity in Discovery programs for years.  This pocket guide provides tracking tips for common mammals and birds of Southeast, helping students, teachers, and budding naturalists read the signs of non-human inhabitants in the landscape.

 

Browse the entire booklet in the “Description” field below, or download here (2.3MB): PDF_Download
You can purchase a physical copy, or make a donation below.

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Common Flowers of Southeast Alaska

$9.00

Our laminated tri-fold pocket guide on Flowers gives you information to identify common Southeast Alaskan flowers, and can handle a rainstorm…like July.

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Common Birds of Southeast Alaska

$9.00

Grab a pair of binoculars and head outside with this pocket Discovery Guide. With hand drawn illustrations, this guide clearly identifies most of the birds you’re apt to see in Southeast, from the belted kingfisher to the marbled murrelet.  And it’s laminated, in the off chance it rains.