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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Center which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
A blue and white tree swallow, perched on a branch, looks to the camera.
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A grizzly bear crosses a gravel road
Kent Miller/NPS
Bears PDF Size
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Bear Safety                  
226KB Anchorage
Bear Viewing
360KB Anchorage
Bear Viewing General
2.1MB Fairbanks
Bear Facts (German)
599KB NPS
Bear Facts (Japanese)            
772KB          
NPS
Bear Facts (Russian)
786KB NPS



A white cabin sits in the forest.
Kent Miller/NPS
Public Use Cabins
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Public Use Cabins-Anchorage
225 KB
Anchorage    
Public Use Cabins-Fairbanks
251 KB
Fairbanks



A dark movie theatre with a movie playing.
Movie Schedules
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Anchorage Center
133 KB
Anchorage
Fairbanks Center
5.6 MB
Fairbanks
Ketchikan Spring Schedule 2015- New 107 KB  
Ketchikan



A gold pan
NPS
Gold Mining
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Gold Panning
417 KB    
Fairbanks
Dalton Highway gold panning sites
1.4 MB
BLM
Caribou Creek Mining
561 KB
DNR
Petersville Mining
365 KB
DNR



A muddy river
Kent Miller/NPS
River Trips
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National Wild and Scenic Rivers
1.1 MB
USFWS, USGS, NPS, BLM
Planning a River Trip
1.5 MB
Fairbanks
Boat Safety
242 KB
Fairbanks
Canoe Routes in South Central Alaska
37.4 KB
Anchorage
River Crossing
1.5 MB
Fairbanks





 
Low mountains reflect on the calm waters of the Noatak River. Did You Know?
Entirely north of the Arctic Circle, the Noatak River runs 425 miles, from the glacial headwaters at 8276 ft Mount Igikpak in Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preserve, through the expansive Noatak National Preserve, to its mouth at the Chukchi Sea. Its name means 'passage to the interior.'