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Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

Alaska Wildlife Conserv Ctr

Alaska Wildlife Conserv Ctr

Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (Mile 79 Seward Highway, Girdwood) – Spread across 200 acres in the Portage Valley, moose munch through Willow, and a trio of massive brown bears saunter through the brush, cooling off in nearby ponds. The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is home to herds of elk, reindeer, musk oxen, bison, eagles, fox, porcupines and other animals. Dedicated to conservation, education and quality animal care of Alaska’s wildlife, the center is a window to the many amazing species living in Alaska. Enjoy daily programs that include animal feedings and informative talks on Alaska fauna. See wood bison and learn about their recent reintroduction to the wild, an achivement the center worked toward for many years. Admission: $16.00 (adult); $14.00 (seniors/military), $11.00 (children 7-17), free for children under 7 years. Hours: 8:00 am – 8:00 pm daily (Summer); 10:00 am – 5:00 pm (Winter)