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Map of Western Alaska
 
Selawik National Wildlife RefugeBering Land Bridge National PreserveInnoko National Wildlife RefugeWalrus Islands State Game SanctuaryYukon Delta National Wildlife RefugeTogiak National Wildlife RefugeWood-Tikchik State Park
Western Alaska
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Click areas on the map for links to the specific locations

From the nation's largest State Park (Wood-Tikchik) to a land deeply important to human history in North America (Bering Land Bridge National Preserve), the public lands of Western Alaska offer visitors some of the most secluded and pristine lands in the nation. Below is a link to the main website associated with each park, preserve, sanctuary, or refuge in western Alaska.

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Bering Land Bridge National Preserve

Innoko National Wildlife Refuge

Selawik National Wildlife Refuge

Togiak National Wildlife Refuge

Walrus Islands State Game Sanctuary

Wood-Tikchik State Park

Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge

 





 
A young man dressed in blue jeans and a grey fleece jacket crouches at the edge of a rocky stream bed while panning for gold. Did You Know?
Before the Klondike Goldrush of 1897, five tons of gold were taken from Southeast Alaska, discovered in part by Joe Juneau, a Canadian miner and prospector, and Richard Harris of Juneau.
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