Wildlife Preserves & Refuges in Fairbanks, Alaska
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Big Game Alaska Wildlife Center
Located on 140 acres of natural Alaska wilderness, Big Game Alaska Wildlife Center opened to the public in 1993. The owner raised buffalo and elk as a hobby since 1984, and wildlife officials began putting orphaned moose in his care.
BirdwatchingWildlife viewingFees are chargedStoreToilets

Denali National Park & Preserve
Denali National Park & Preserve features North America's highest mountain, 20,320-foot tall Mount McKinley. The Alaska Range also includes numerous other mountains and many large glaciers.
Hiking is allowedWildlife viewingCross country skiers are allowedFees are chargedHandicapped AccessToiletsVisitor center

Innoko National Wildlife Refuge
It's estimated that 130 species of birds use these lands, and that more than 300,000 waterfowl and shorebirds nest on the refuge every spring. Moose, wolves, marten, lynx, red fox, river otter, wolverine and bear are common to this area.
BirdwatchingWildlife viewing

Nowitna National Wildlife Refuge
Nowitna is about 200 miles west of Fairbanks in the central Yukon River Valley. Lying in a basin surrounded by low hills, the principal terrain is forested lowlands, lakes, marshes, and streams. A 223-mile segment of the Nowitna River - a designated Wild River - flows through the refuge. .
BirdwatchingFishingWildlife viewing
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