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Alaska’s wildlife response programs

by The 100 Companies

National Geographic Wild’s new series will showcase Alaska’s wildlife response programs and the wonderful work they do. Here’s a brief description of each program.

Alaska SeaLife Center helps injured and orphaned marine animals and seabirds. Their objective is to promote a better understanding and stewardship of Alaska’s marine ecosystems.

The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is devoted to preserving Alaska’s wildlife through education, conservation, research and quality animal care.

The Alaska Raptor Center’s goal is to promote and enhance wild populations of raptors and other avian species through rehabilitation, education and research.

Learn more about these important Alaska wildlife response programs.

Julyssa Bogan, The Alaska 100

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Kathryn Banderman June 4, 2020 - 12:16 pm

I am so proud of the work and programs the center has for wild life!!! I love seeing the animals and hope to see the animals and aquarium soon!!!

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