Arctic National Wildlife Refuge The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, conserves wildlife and wilderness in northeast Alaska for present and future generations.
Map of Alaska Federal Lands (10 MB) This map may take a while to download. It shows the boundaries of Alaska National Parks and other federal lands and Indian reservations. From the Univ. of Texas Library.
Alaska Fish & Game: Wildlife Viewing in Northern AlaskaThere is no moderation at the top of the world; this is scenery that banishes small talk. Jagged mountain ranges, endless plains of tundra, and broad tumbling rivers give the impression of enormous strength, the grace of sheer power.
Alaska Coalition Coalition of sporting, and conservation groups working to protect Alaska’s public lands.
Alaska Wilderness LeagueAlaska Wilderness League works at the federal level on a variety of issues affecting Alaska’s wild land and waters.
Arctic Refuge ArtThe Arctic Refuge Art effort is a collaboration of Alaskan artists depicting the Brooks Range of Alaska in order to help conservation efforts support and sustain this beautiful and powerful place.
Northern Alaska Environmental Center Conserving and protecting habitats in Interior and Arctic Alaska for wildlife, culture, environmental health and future generations since 1971.
Camp Denali Camp Denali comprises two family-owned and operated Denali wilderness lodges, a great jumping off point from which to explore the majesty of Denali National Park.
Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge The Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge offers prime location, an intimate experience with only twelve guests to a staff of 10 naturalists, fully guided land and water experiences and gourmet meals.