With large caribou herds migrating across Alaska's interior, millions of salmon spawning in its rivers, and the world-famous Kodiak brown bears - visitors can't help but enjoy the diversity of Alaska's wildlife. Wildlife viewing opportunities are abundant in Alaska. Take a guided tour through a national or state park to see bear or caribou, or a day cruse to see puffins, sea otters and humpback and killer whales. Even just a leasurely walk on Alaska's extnsive trail systems may put you in a spot where you'll cross paths with moose or Dall sheep.
You can take a flightseeing trip that specializes in wildlife viewing by air, take wildlife tours by motorcoach, or participate in a guided tour that specializes in bear viewing, whale watching or bird watching. Or for a guaranteed wildlife viewing take a trip to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center in Portage, the Alaska Sealife Center in Seward, or the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage.
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