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    Celebrate Wilderness!

    Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act! Alaska refuges contain more than 18 million acres of these spectacular lands.

    Alaska Wild Facebook Page

  • Winding River

    Rich In Habitat

    Alaska Peninsula's diverse, wild habitat is vital to birds migrating from North America, Asia, and even farther afield.

    Wildlife & Habitat

  • Learning Geology in Chignik Bay

    Get Outside to Learn

    Customized environmental education programs get students outside to learn.

    Environmental Education

  • Dolly Varden Caught

    Successful Angling

    Dolly Varden char, lake trout, five kinds of salmon, Arctic grayling, and other fish can be caught in scenic locales.

    Plan Your Visit

Around The Refuge

Public hearing on May 15, 2019 regarding the proposed 2019-2020 Federal subsistence caribou hunt season for units 9C remainder and 9E

April 25, 2019 Port Heiden Caribou - cropped

The manager of Alaska Peninsula and Becharof National Wildlife Refuges, as the Federal in-season manager, will conduct a public hearing regarding the proposed opening of a Federal subsistence caribou hunt season in units 9C remainder and 9E. The proposed season would run from Aug. 10 – Oct. 10 and Nov. 1 – Feb. 29 for unit 9C remainder and from Aug. 10 – Oct. 10 and Nov. 1 – Apr. 30 for unit 9E.

Click here for the full press release

Saturday, May 11th is World Migratory Bird Day

Young Birders in Naknek Alaska

Greetings fellow Birders! Saturday, May 11th is World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD). To join in on a morning of bird watching fun, meet at the US Fish and Wildlife Service office at 4 Bear Road at 8:30AM with binoculars, water, lunch, rain gear and mud boots (just in case!). We will form teams and go out birding together in memory of Rod Cyr.

Click here for more information

Emperor Goose - Spring/Summer Subsistence Harvest and 2018 Fall/Winter Harvest Information

Emperor Geese

A subsistence hunt for emperor geese is open to rural Alaskans living in subsistence eligible areas (April 2 through August 31). Emperor goose populations declined significantly in early 1980’s resulting in a closure of any hunting in 1987. Conservation efforts through co-management let the emperor goose population rebound allowing for legal hunting across Alaska beginning in 2017.

Click here for a Fact Sheet on Emperor Geese and hunt opportunities

Questions & Answers Cape Greig Haulout

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Question and answer document to provide information to the public about the Cape Greig Pacific walrus haulout which has recently formed.

Q & A with Map
What's Happening

Refuge Field Notes Articles

Wolf Education Program

Field Notes showcases the recent activities and accomplishments of the refuge. To find out the latest happenings on the Refuge visit our Field Notes Feed.

Field Notes Feed

About the Complex

Alaska Peninsula/Becharof

Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge is managed as part of the Alaska Peninsula/Becharof.

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About the NWRS

National Wildlife Refuge System

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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