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Classic Videos - The Interior
 
Migratory Stopover Classic Movie

Migratory Stopovers

One sign of spring in the interior is people watching migratory birds. Several species rest and feed along their way to summer nesting grounds. As the season continues, different groups come and go. Every year, when winter ends, their return is an event.

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Wilderness: From the Eye of the Eagle Classic Movie

Wilderness: From the Eye of the Eagle

See a glimpse of Alaska's wilderness and beauty through the eye's of an eagle.

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Wilderness Recipe for Grayling

Wilderness Recipe for Grayling

The best way to prepare a meal of grayling, is more than just cooking it. Catching grayling in the wild rivers of Alaska add the experience and flavors of the wilderness to a great meal.

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Denali Wildlife Classic Movie

Denali Wildlife

The Lives of animals in Denali Park follow a cycle with the changing seasons. 

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Frozen Gold Classic Movie

Frozen Gold

In 1949, Fairbanks was the center of the state's gold mining. Learn about the gold mining process from 1925. 

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Nenana Raft Trip Classic Movie

Nenana Raft Trip

Experience an Alaskan rafting trip down the Nenana River. 

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A map shows the migration route of humans traveling from Asia to the Americas by way of the Bering land bridge. The two continents were once connected and are referred to by historians as Beringia. Did You Know?
During the late Wisconsinan glaciation, so much of Earth's water was locked up in huge ice masses that the sea level fell 280 to 350 feet below today's level. This exposed an area up to 1,000 miles wide that stretched between Siberia and Alaska, called Beringia, allowing humans to cross from Asia.