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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Center which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
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Our Wild Neighbors in Alaska
 

From pygmy shrews that weigh less than a penny to gray whales that weigh 16-45 tons, Alaska is the Last Frontier for animals as well as people. Our Wild Neighbors is a free educational resource book with lots of fun activities about Alaska's animals. You can also have fun with the interactive flash activities offered on this website. Enjoy learning about Our Wild Neighbors in Alaska!



Our Wild Neighbors iBook Cover: depicts a cartoon scene with ranger, child, eagle, salmon, and rabbit in a forested mountain vista.

Click HERE for fun interactive activities all about Alaska's animals



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Download the resource book as a 1.5meg pdf at http://alaskacenters.gov/upload/Our-Wild-Neighbors-An-Educational-Resource-Book.pdf



 





 
Distant view of downtown Anchorage from across the Knik Arm of the Cook Inlet. Several low skyscrapers are seen across a wide expanse of ocean. Thin, leafy bushes are in the foreground. Did You Know?
Half of Alaska's nearly 700,000 people live in the state's largest city of Anchorage, located on the Anchorage Peninsula at the head of the Cook Inlet.