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Our Wild Neighbors in Alaska
 

From pygmy shrews that weigh less than a penny to gray whales that weigh 16-45 tons, Alaska is the Last Frontier for animals as well as people. Our Wild Neighbors is a free educational resource book with lots of fun activities about Alaska's animals. You can also have fun with the interactive flash activities offered on this website. Enjoy learning about Our Wild Neighbors in Alaska!



Our Wild Neighbors iBook Cover: depicts a cartoon scene with ranger, child, eagle, salmon, and rabbit in a forested mountain vista.
Cameron Sanders et al/NPS

Click HERE for fun interactive activities all about Alaska's animals



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Download the resource book as a 1.5meg pdf at http://alaskacenters.gov/upload/Our-Wild-Neighbors-An-Educational-Resource-Book.pdf



 



Our Wild Neighbors Cover Our Wild Neighbors Sample Page Our Wild Neighbors Sample Page


 
A distant profile shot of a cow moose and calf standing in knee high, dry grasses. A small copse of spruce trees are in the distance and low, dark mountains are on the horizon. Did You Know?
The abundance of wildlife has made the Yukon Delta the heart of the Yup'iq Eskimo culture in Alaska. Forty-two Native villages are located within the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge boundary. Residents depend upon the fish, wildlife, and other resources to continue a subsistence lifestyle.