Togiak National Wildlife Refuge works with local educators by providing information, curricula, materials, and personnel.
Each year the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service produces a calendar with a message of migratory bird conservation. The student artwork and writing that fills the calendar is selected through an Alaskan statewide contest.
Togiak National Wildlife Refuge staff coordinate a wide variety of public bird counts in the Dillingham area. We have organized Christmas Bird Counts, Great Backyard Bird Counts, North American Migration Counts, and World Bird Counts.
Togiak National Wildlife Refuge has partnered with other organizations to sponsor several different environmental education camps for local students in the summers.
Staff have collaborated with educational organizations to teach and accompany students on field trips. Refuges are wild places and we want to teach you more about them! Contact Us to explore the possibilities.
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Their scientific name means "tooth walker." Males can weigh more than 3300 pounds.