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Alaska Wildlife Refuge

The US state of Alaska is home to a total of 16 National Wildlife Refuges that protect a total area of 76.8 million acres for outdoor recreation & wildlife conservation. Not only are these wildlife refuges unusually pristine but also vast in scope & size. From the 19.6 million acre Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to the 303,094 acre Izembek Refuge, one can find wildlife refuges in a range of size located in most major cities of Alaska. Together these wildlife refuges contain a spectacular array of landscapes including rolling tundra, coastal islands, towering mountains, wetlands & rivers.