Kenai Fjords National Park
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Kenai Fjords National Park
Nearly 40 glaciers flow from lofty peaks down to the sea here, blanketing half the park in ice. But the rugged terrain isn’t the only draw. Orca whales and sea otters often cavort alongside the dayboats (far and away the best way to explore Kenai Fjords). Birders should remain alert for the area’s 191 species, including bald eagles and marbled murrelets, which only come ashore to nest on the mossy branches of old-growth spruce forests.
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