USFWS
Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge
Alaska Region   

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Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge was established to conserve fish and wildlife populations and habitats in their natural diversity, including, but not limited to shorebirds, seabirds, tundra swans, emperor, white-fronted and Cackling Geese, black brant and other migratory birds, salmon, muskox, and marine mammals; to fulfill treaty obligations; to provide the opportunity for continued subsistence uses; and to ensure water quality and necessary water quantity.

Coastal mudflats near Tern Mountain.  USFWS.
Coastal mudflats near Tern Mountain

Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge
807 Chief Eddie Hoffman Road
P. O. Box 346 MS 535
Bethel, Alaska 99559
Phone: (907)543-3151
Fax: (907)543-4413
E-Mail: yukondelta@fws.gov
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Celebrate Wilderness! Alaska refuges contain more than 18 million acres of wilderness and the year 2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the law that protected these spectacular areas-the 1964 Wilderness Act. Check out Alaska Wilderness celebration events at Alaska Wild 50 Facebook Page

 


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Last updated: April 18, 2014