Multimedia Presentations

"Bearded Ones" - Muskox on the Seaward Peninsula
Muskox are one of Bering Land Bering Land Bridge National Preserve's most unique creatures. True living relics, they give us a glimpse into prehistoric times. Learn more about how muskox fit into the modern world through the perspectives of some of those who live side-by-side with this wooly animal.

Serpentine Hot Springs
Take a video tour of Serpentine Hot Springs (aka "Iyat"), to learn about what makes it so special and how you can plan your trip to this incredible place.


Local Perspectives on Climate Change
Learn about climate change in the arctic from a local perspective through a short film produced by Bering Land Bridge National Preserve on Youtube.

Interview with Zander

Interview with Zander (Shishmaref, AK)

Due to the effects of climate change, the community of Shishmaref is preparing to move to the mainland as their island rapidly erodes away. Several youth from the community were interviewed on their thoughts regarding this transition and their subsistence lifestyles utilizing the resources from Bering Land Bridge National Preserve.

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Interview with Renee (Shishmaref, AK)

Renee, a youth from Shishmaref, is interviewed about her community being moved inland due to erosion from climate change. She talks about her traditional lifestyle and thoughts on what might change in the future.


Muskox Journey
Bering Land Bridge National Preserve is one place in Alaska where you can see muskox, but that wasn't always the case. Discover the history of the reintroduction of muskox to the Seward Peninsula and the rest of Alaska in this podcast.

You will need QuickTime to view. Use the link here to download QuickTime for free.

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Learn more about what the ARCN staff does in this short video.

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Short video: Introduction to the Arctic Network Inventory and Monitoring Program.

The Arctic Network or ARCN, is responsible for the monitoring of the health and progression of the ecosystems in five national park units in Alaska: Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Kobuk Valley National Park and Noatak National Preserve.

This short video was made possible through support from the Murie Science and Learning Center, and the Alaska Geographic Association.


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