• Breathtaking autumn colors in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve

    Bering Land Bridge

    National Preserve Alaska

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Bering Land Bridge may be one of the most remote national park units in the country, but that doesn't mean you still can't get involved! We tweet, post, photograph, film, and tell stories about the latest happenings at the preserve for your enjoyment and edification, so we hope you'll take part and connect with us through any or all of our social media outlets, below!

 
Intern taking a photo at Serpentine Hot Springs
Wherever we go, the team at Bering Land Bridge works to bring you the latest scoop on what's happening in the preserve!
NPS Photo - Andrea Willingham
 

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Did You Know?

A group of men posing with a large caribou

The land category of national preserves was established primarily for the protection of subsistance resources. Activities such as sport hunting and trapping are permitted in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve and other preserves.