Nature & Science
Bering Land Bridge National Preserve offers a cornucopia of biological information and exploration. It has the wildlife and permafrost features of the icy north and in contrast has had explosive volcanic events. It is a place where research is conducted on 21st century issues and where the story of the Bering Land Bridge was unearthed.
Bering Land Bridge National Preserve has a rich diversity of offerings for those wishing to experience the raw, wild nature of Alaska's far northwestern ecosystems through recreation as well as for scientific research.
Did You Know?
Mammals living in the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve include the grizzly bear, musk ox, reindeer, wolf, wolverine, foxes, and smaller species.