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Stories from the Field

Staff taking aerial photographs of the preserve

NPS Photo - Jennifer Thelen

Stories from the Field

Want to know what a work week is like at the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve? Discover the stories of our interpreters as they describe the unique experiences they've had giving programs in local communities and exploring the preserve
Bridge to the Future

A field crew works at a lagoon in the preserve

NPS Photo

Bridge to the Future

What are we learning today about Bering Land Bridge? This is a blog highlighting some of the work being done by archaeologists, wildlife biologists, ecologists, and rangers that help us understand and care for the 2.7 million acres in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve.

Did You Know?

An inactive 2005 Bilge Creek Fire.

A lightning strike ignites a fire in the preserve. The fire burns for a week and then rain puts it out. In about 7 years, a visitor could walk on the burned site having no idea there once was a fire under his or her feet. This speedy site re-vegetation is typical of tundra fire adapted ecosystems.