Seeking Visitor Center Hosts
We are seeking a friendly couple to serve as volunteer Visitor Center hosts this Summer 2016. Interested? Call Leah Eskelin 907-260-2811.
The Kenai Refuge is 75!
Celebrate by experiencing 75 Things to Do on the Refuge in 2016 and submit your checklist for prizes in December.
February Refuge Events
Come join in on the fun this month at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge!
Partial Snowmachine Opening
Caribou hills area open to snowmachines. No other Refuge areas are currently open. Follow the link for the boundary map and news release
See map and news release here...
For the visitor...
A visitor's guide to the Kenai Refuge. This guide was created by refuge staff in collaboration with Alaska Geographic. Updated in 2014!Refuge Reflections [1.65MB PDF]
About the NWRS
The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America’s fish, wildlife, and plants.
Learn more about the NWRS
Ever wonder what biologists do on the refuge? Staff biologists share their efforts to inventory, monitor, study, and manage the refuge's natural resources.Biology News
Each Friday refuge staff contribute an article to a local newspaper. These articles cover a variety of topics. Read this week's article.Refuge Notebook
Explore the Refuge by visiting one of our rustic Alaskan cabins, offering a unique opportunity to experience the Kenai wilderness.Refuge Cabin Program
the Refuge's new Visitor Center in Soldotna. Call 907-260-2820 for more
Page Photo Credits All photos courtesy of USFWS unless otherwise noted.
Last Updated: Feb 06, 2016