This page offers access to plans for managing each of
the 16 national wildlife refuges in Alaska. Each of the refuges is managed
under direction provided in a comprehensive conservation
plan. These plans are dynamic documents that provide broad policy
guidance and long-term goals and objectives for managing the refuges.
Each plan is updated every 15 years to reflect changing public interests
and new scientific information.
Each refuge also has a land-protection
plan, which focuses on private lands within the refuge boundaries
with the goal of identifying and conserving high-quality habitat on
To have your name added to our planning mailing list,
print out, complete, fold, and mail this form (pdf).
To learn more about the purposes and plan status for a
specific refuge, click the refuge name below or on the map.