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Understand the Aurora Borealis "for Kids"
 
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Learn more:
Click HERE to read all about the Aurora Borealis! 



A grizzly bear puppet talks about bear safety with the fairy godmother.

Watch more videos:
If you enjoyed this movie, make sure to check out our other puppet show videos. To learn how to stay safe in bear country, watch the Bear Safety movie.



Little Red Riding Hood talks to a moose about leave no trace camping.

Or, watch the Leave No Trace puppet show to learn how to hike and camp without hurting animals or the land!



Ranger Mary talks about sun dogs in Alaska.

Finally, watch our Sun Dogs video to learn about a unique Alaskan phenomena!



An image from the Our Wild Neighbors Game

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A cartoon with pictures of animals, rangers, trees, mountains, and sky.
Our Wild Neighbors
A interactive activity for understanding Alaskan animals!
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A cartoon squirrel wears a t-shirt that says "Tread Lightly!"
Tread Lightly!
Be eco-friendly while enjoying the outdoors.
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Bear Safety Video
Bear Safety for Kids
Bear Safety for kids video
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One of the puppets from the Leave No Trace Puppet Show.
Leave No Trace
Check out this puppet video!
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A sun dog
Sun Dogs
Find out about those rainbow spots in the sky with a fun video!
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Two rafters stand in shallow water at the edge of the Charley River headwaters. One red and one blue raft are loaded with paddles and gear. Vegetation is brown and the ground mucky. Did You Know?
The Charley River is the only completely protected watershed in National Park lands at 1.1 million acres. Arising at 4,000 ft of elevation, the Charley River runs 105 miles before emptying into the Yukon River 700 ft above sea level, for an average gradient of over 31 ft/mi.