Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is a sanctuary dedicated to the rehabilitation and preservation of Alaska’s diverse wildlife. Situated on 200 acres of pristine wilderness in Portage, Alaska, the center serves as a refuge for orphaned, injured, and endangered animals. Visitors can observe and learn about a wide range of Alaska’s iconic wildlife, including bears, moose, muskoxen, wolves, and eagles, among others. Through educational programs and exhibits, the center highlights the importance of wildlife conservation and the unique challenges these animals face in their natural habitats. It provides a rare opportunity for visitors to witness these magnificent creatures up close while contributing to their well-being. The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is not only a sanctuary but also a place of inspiration, fostering a greater understanding and appreciation for Alaska’s incredible wildlife.

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