The Kenai Peninsula Wildlife Viewing Trail features 65 carefully selected wildlife viewing sites that highlight the diversity of animals and habitats found on the Kenai Peninsula. Visit all of the sites and you will have explored the Kenai Fjords National Park, the Chugach National Forest, many Alaska State Parks, the Kenai and Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuges, and several state refuges. Watch for wildlife from your car, on foot, by bike, with a canoe or kayak, and by state ferry or tour boat. And, return throughout the seasons to full discover the bears, moose, whales, salmon, eagles, otters, loons, warblers, starfish, dragonflies, and other wildlife on the Kenai. This guide provides details on how to get to each site, what to look for when you are there, and special tips to make the most of your visit. You will also find information on wildlife species and habitats, seasonal wildlife activities, public lands, viewing, safety, and a checklist of the birds of the Kenai Peninsula.
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