Hunting Guide Services in Dry Bay
Glacier Bay National Preserve only
This page includes information regarding hunting guide concession authorizations in Glacier Bay National Preserve. For a listing of all companies that provide visitor services in and around the Park, see the Glacier Bay Visitor Services list on the Goods and Services page.
Sport hunting is allowed only in Glacier Bay National Preserve (Dry Bay area). There is currently only one hunting guide (holding two contracts) authorized to provide guided sport hunting in specific areas of the Preserve. Hunting (and fishing) services are specifically excluded from the provisions of ANILCA section 1307.
The following are copies of the two current hunting guide concession contracts:
Hunting Guide Services Prospectus
Contact Concessions Specialists Marilyn Trump or Melanie Berg by e-mail or telephone (907) 697-2230 for more information.
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Did You Know?
A red squirrel eats the seeds of about 144 spruce cones each day. This diet allows red squirrels to thrive in the spruce-dominated forests of Lower Glacier Bay. How many spruce cones do you eat each day?