King Salmon Visitor Center, providing information and educational services highlighting the natural and cultural resources and recreation opportunities on the Alaska Peninsula; operated in conjunction with the National Park Service, Bristol Bay Borough, Lake and Peninsula Borough, and the Alaska Natural History Association.
“Spirit of Becharof Lake” Ecosystem Science Camp, a week-residential camp for rural high school students operated in partnership with U.S. Geological Survey Alaska Science Center, Bristol Bay School District, Lake and Peninsula School District, Alaska Audubon Society, Alaska National History Association, and the Native American Fish and Wildlife Society.
Environmental education and outreach programs in coordination with Bristol Bay School District, Lake and Peninsula School District, scouting organizations, traditional village councils, village elders, Alaska Audubon Society, Ducks Unlimited, and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
Planning for management of fish and wildlife resources on service lands conducted in cooperation with Alaska Department of Fish and Game, and National Park Service.
Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) continuing studies of bird populations conduced in conjunction with the Institute for Bird Populations.
Bird counts conducted several times per year with the cooperation of partners, including the National Audubon Society, Partners in Flight and the USGS’s Biological Resources Division.
Eco regional plans to identify key habitats and vegetation communities developed for all lands on the Alaska Peninsula, in cooperation with the Nature Conservancy.
Studies and planning in the Ugashik Narrows are between Bristol Bay Native Corporation, the Serves and the State of Alaska.
Studies of archaeological sites at Ugashik Narrows conducted by the University of Oregon.
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Many of the salmon from the world’s most valuable sockeye salmon fishery (Bristol Bay) spawn in the streams that originate on Refuge lands.