For Educators

Kids Help on Project

 In fall 2013 Cold Bay school participated in a field trip on the refuge to learn about the career of a Wildlife Biologist and assisted with a field study to monitor waterfowl presence on a lake using a remote camera system.  

In May of 2014, the Refuge will be hosting a week long Science camp where local students will study marine science and learn about the Izembek Lagoon


Other Resources
At Grant Point, overlooking the world famous Izembek Lagoon, the Refuge has constructed a small observation building. Through the 360-degree viewing windows, students and other visitors can view a variety of wildlife including waterfowl, shorebirds, sea otter, and seals. Interpretive panels help visitors understand and learn more about the variety of species in this important eelgrass environment.

A mini-visitor center at Refuge headquarters houses several wildlife displays; and a variety of maps and printed information is available. Refuge staff are available to answer questions and provide information.