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Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center Review
Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is a 144-acre drive-through wildlife center just before the Portage Glacier turnoff. Moose, bison, elk, caribou, Sitka black-tailed deer, musk ox, great horned owls, a brown bear, and a bald eagle, many of them orphaned in the wild, now live in the park. There are also snack and gift shops.
- Address: Mi 79, Seward Hwy., Portage, AK, 99587
- Phone: 907/783-2025
- Cost: $12.50 adults, $9 children
- Hours: Jan. and Feb., weekends only 10--5; Mar.--May 14, daily 10--6; May 15--Sept. 13, daily 8--8; Sept. 14--Dec., daily 10--5.
- Website: www.alaskawildlife.org
- Location: Portage Glacier
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