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Maps of Southeast Alaska
 
Glacier Bay National Park and PreserveHaines State Forest Resource Management AreaTongass National ForestTongass National Forest
Southeast Alaska
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Click areas on the map for links to the specific locations

Southeast Alaska provides many opportunities for recreation, travel is usually via ferry system or aircraft.





 
Closeup view of a black and white butterfly, with yellow and blue dots near its tail end. Its wings are spread flat. Did You Know?
There are an estimated 75 to 80 species of butterfly that live in Alaska. They can be found everywhere from mountain tops to the ocean coasts.