• Large male brown bear at Brooks Falls

    Katmai

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

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THANK YOU

Your interest in making a donation to Katmai National Park and Preserve is deeply appreciated.

If you make the gift directly to Katmai, your donation will be used for interpretation, research and enhancing visitor experiences.

No administrative costs are deducted from your gift, when given directly to the National Park Service for use in Katmai. Your check will be deposited in a government account. Government accounts are non-interest bearing. To give directly to Katmai, please mail your check to:

Superintendent
Katmai National Park and Preserve
#1 King Salmon Mall
PO Box 7
King Salmon, AK 99613

If you choose to make a donation to Alaska Geographic, the donation will be deposited in an interest-bearing account to assist projects or programs throughout the Alaska region. A donation to Alaska Geographic will not necessarily be applied to projects in Katmai National Park.

If you have questions concerning donations, please contact us.

Did You Know?

Sub-adult brown bear in the riffles below Brooks River Falls

In 1918, the scarcity of beef caused many Alaskans to call for the repeal of all legal protection for bears. Katmai park promoters were cautioned,"the word bear should never be mentioned in connection with establishing a National Monument." Ironically, today visitors flock here to view bears.