Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
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Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
First opened to the public in 1993, the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center spans 81 hectares (200 acres) on the shores of Turnagain Arm and is home to bears, wood bison, coyotes, eagles, moose and musk ox among other native species. The center rescues and houses injured and orphaned animals and allows visitors up-close views. Animals that can be released back to the wild are rehabilitated here, while those that cannot are given a permanent home.
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