Lots of fish in the pond dating
Coyotes peer out from behind the brush while a bald eagle swoops in on the salmon remains left by a grizzly bear.
Wood Bison plod through 65 acres of tidal flat terrain, as part of a program that will one day restore the species to the Alaskan wilderness.
Learn about the massive 1964 Earthquake that rocked Alaska.
Feel like you're soaring over the rugged terrain of the last frontier.
Every now and then in Alaska—where the weather can change quickly—a great indoor activity comes in handy.
Watch dancing, listen to stories, meet carvers and explore recreated winter dwellings.Learn about North America's oldest duckbill dinosaur found in the local Talkeetna More...There's no better way to get a grasp of Alaska’s history—or really, its many histories— than by visiting the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center.This 191.7-acre Anchorage park, which was created in 1994 as Municipal dedicated parkland, is highly valued for its wildlife habitat, coastal tidelands and recreational value.The Tony Knowles Coastal Trail runs through it and the area has spectacular views of the inlet and surrounding mountain ranges.