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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Center which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
Several teenagers in profile looking off into the green forest.
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Anchorage, Kids | Youth
 

If you can't visit the Anchorage Alaska Public Lands Information Center, you can still do a LOT of fun activities on our website! Click HERE to play games, watch movies, request stickers, and more!



Watch the Aurora Podcast Watch the Sundog video Watch the Leave No Trace video Watch the Bear Safety Video
Scavenger hunt pages with animals found at AAPLIC
Kate Legner, NPS
Find all of these animals and more when you do a scavenger hunt!

Alaska Animal Scavenger Hunt.
Come to the Center and do an Alaska Animal Scavenger Hunt. Scavenger hunts are available for all preschoolers through adult. These scavenger hunts will lead you through our Visitor Center where you will learn some cool facts about animals. Once you have finished make sure and show a ranger and claim a prize!



Kids in grass field
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Kids participating in summer program!

ParKids Summer Camp 2015 registration starts April 6, 2015

ParKids Summer Camp 2015!
Come and join us for our week long summer camp. Each day we will take kids to various places around Anchorage and they will participate in outdoor activities including: hiking, visiting nature centers, and much more! 

For registration forms or more information, contact Helen Fields: 

907-644-3670; helen_m_fields@nps.gov

 

 



Teen Adventure 2014
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Teen Adventure Week at Johnson Pass

Teen Adventure Week 2015 registration starts April 6, 2015  

Teen Adventure Week 2015

Come join us in a week long camping trip! Camp is designed for teenagers going into 9th, 10th and 11th grade. They will learn about how to pack their own gear, practice Leave No Trace principles, and much more! The camp will include a train ride to Denali and three nights of camping. It's a great way to explore the wilderness of Alaska and make new friends!  

For registration forms or more information, contact Helen Fields: 

907-644-3670; helen_m_fields@nps.gov

 





 
A profile view of a large bull moose standing in the high brush and grasses of the Yukon Delta NWR. The moose still wears his large rack and the foliage has turned the dull orange and yellows of late fall. Did You Know?
Moose are the largest member of the deer family and can be seen throughout Alaska. Their antlers, which are shed each year, are covered in a thin layer of velvet as they grow, before being rubbed off during the mating season.
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