• Breathtaking autumn colors in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve

    Bering Land Bridge

    National Preserve Alaska

News

A man stands on a granite boulder under a blue sky with clouds, looking out with binoculars
Bird watching is one of the many activities that draws visitors to the preserve.
NPS Photo - Andrea Willingham
 

Blogs:

Visit Stories from the Field to view updates of our interpreters' adventures as they explore the preserve.

Check out Bridge to the Future to see the latest from the preserve's archaeologists, wildlife biologists, ecologists, and rangers.


 

News:

View our current 2011-2012 Field Project Summary. (PDF - 414KB)

News release for Unmanned Aircraft in America's National Parks. (PDF - 50KB)


 

The National Park Service is developing a master plan for Iyat/Serpentine Hot Springs in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve and is seeking feedback from the public regarding the long term vision for the area. Visit the Serpentine Hot Springs Master Plan Public Meetings page for more information.


 
Please view our Public Health Advisory for Serpentine Hot Springs before visiting. (PDF - 56.8 KB)
 

Please contact the park with any questions at (907) 443-2522.

Did You Know?

Devil Lake Maar

Bering Land Bridge National Preserve is home to many geological wonders like Devil Lake, the largest maar in the world.