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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Center which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
A landscape shot of a small red and white float plane as it lands on Otter Lake. Low mountains and a bright blue sky are in the background.
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Maps of Southwest Alaska
 
Katmain National Park and PreserveAniakchak National ParkUSFWSKodiak National Wildlife RefugeBecharoff National Wildlife RefugeAlaska Peninsula National Wildlife RefugeAleutian WWII National Historic Area
Southwest Alaska
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The southwest portion of Alaska has dozens of active volcanoes, deep water fisheries, and over 1000 miles of islands to the west not included on this map.





 
Closeup profile shot of a Barrow's Goldeneye in flight. The bird is brown with white bands around it's beak, neck and wings. The background is a flat watery surface reflecting the green foliage. Did You Know?
Birds displaced from their traditional breeding areas due to drought or habitat loss, often fly northward to more dependable and natural ecosystems. Continuing loss of prairie wetlands by drainage and filling increases the importance of the essentially unchanged, unpolluted waters of Alaska.