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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Center which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
A small herd of about caribou stands on a wide gravel bar at the edge of a river in Yukon Charley Rivers National Preserve. Scrubby vegetation lines the bank.
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Leave No Trace Puppet Show
 
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Does Leave No Trace sound like a good thing to do?
Check out how you can also Tread Lightly!



Lightfoot the Tread Lightly squirrel.

Play Games!
Learn more about leave no trace camping and hiking, and other fun topics by playing fun interactive games online at Anchorage Online for Kids.



A drawing of the Aurora Borealis over mountains.

Watch more videos!
If you enjoyed this movie, make sure to learn all about the Northern Lights by watching the Aurora Borealis movie.



A fairy godmother and a grizzly bear discuss bear safety.

Or, watch the Bear Safety puppet show to learn how to stay safe in bear country!



Ranger Mary talks about sun dogs!

Finally, learn about sun dogs, a unique Alaskan phenomena.





 
Close up profile of a large brown bear with a salmon in it's mouth. Foamy, white water is in the background. Did You Know?
Katmai National Park and Preserve is home to the largest population of brown bears in the world! Over 2,000 bears gather on the McNeil River each summer to feast on salmon moving up the river to spawn.
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