Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

Doug Lindstrand

Refuge for orphaned, injured wildlife. Nonprofit. Bears, moose, musk ox, deer, caribou, birds in large habitats. Self-guided, drive or walk through. Educational programs. Gift shop and snack bar. The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is a non profit organization that takes in orphaned and injured animals from the wild. The Center plays host to numerous educational and daily guest programs, including the Exclusive Behind the Scenes Tour, where you can get a closer look at the Alaska Wildlife that makes its home here. Choose between driving the 1.5 mile loop, or spend your time walking through the 200 acres that make up the AWCC Campus. Involved in international conservation projects, including the Wood Bison Restoration Project, where the Center is caring for the once thought extinct Wood Bison. Additionally, the Center plays host to orphaned black and brown bears, moose, elk, lynx, caribou, and musk ox.

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    • Distance to Downtown Convention Centers (miles): 48.7
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Address Mile 79 Seward Hwy.
Portage Glacier, AK 99587-0949 Local
(907) 783-2025