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Youtube:

With the global popularity of YouTube ever increasing, public agencies are finding it one of the best outlets for grabbing the public's attention. It is pretty amazing just how many different agencies are out there publishing great video resources. Literally hundreds of videos at your disposal - from how to videos to plan your visit to park science to videos simply designed get you excited about what people are doing in public places.

Provided is just a small example of what is out there. For more, please check out each agencies' official Youtube page in the links provided below each video. Happy YouTubing!
View more from the official DenaliNPS Youtube Channel


Backcountry Travel and Safety Videos

Learn about Backcountry Navigation and Staying Safe in Bear Country. Watch the What Are Public Lands video and find out what it means when we say over 80% of Alaska's land is in public ownership.

 

Experience Alaska Video Series

Delve into Alaska's confluence of cultures, escape into wild landscapes, witness thriving ecosystems, or explore the world's largest concentration of glaciers. Find Your Alaska: Cultural Heritage, Glaciers, Wilderness, Wildlife.

 

Children's Educational Videos

Watch puppet shows and learn more about Bear Safety, Leave No Trace, the Aurora Borealis, and Sun Dogs.

 

Directional Videos

Looking to visit one of the Public Lands Information Centers? You have four ways to visit: Anchorage, Fairbanks, Ketchikan, and Tok.





 
Close up of a grey Gyrfalcon in flight. Only the birds head, chest and outstretched right wing are in the frame. The background is white. Did You Know?
The Ingakslugwat Hills, a group of only 400-650 foot tall extinct volcanoes on the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, are home to the world’s highest nesting density of the world's largest falcon: the gyrfalcon (Falco rusticolus).