• Glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park

    Kenai Fjords

    National Park Alaska

News

What's New at Kenai Fjords? Kenai Fjords National Park provides a number of different ways for you to stay connected and informed about news, special events, and projects that are happening in the park.


News Releases
Kenai Fjords National Park provides press releases to local newspapers and posts current and past news releases on the park website. For all press inquiries, contact the park's Public Information Officer by phone at (907) 422-0530 or by e-mail.

RSS News Feed: To receive our News Releases directly to your browser as soon as we add them to our Web site, subscribe to our RSS News Feed. Go to our News Releases page to subscribe or learn more.


Blogs

Ever wonder what working in Kenai Fjords National Park is like? A few Kenai Fjords National Park employees maintain a blog and share what life is like in the park from their area of expertise. The following are from the summer of 2014.


Social Media
Facebook: Like Kenai Fjords and get more than just News Releases delivered to your personal News Feed in Facebook. We share exciting photos and happenings and photos as they occur that extend beyond formal News Releases.

Flickr: Check out Kenai Fjords' page to view and download park photos. See images of the amazing wildlife, glaicers, fjords and landscape that have been captured throughout the years by park staff.

YouTube: Watch videos about the fantastic park resources that are part of Kenai Fjords National Park. Beyond the beautiful landscape and rich abundance of wildlife, Kenai Fjords National Park is also the location for cutting edge scientific research and monitoring.

Twitter "@kenaifjordsnps": Receive tweets from us to your smart phone or Twitter feed when we add a News Release. We also tweet about events that happen "right now." Click the link to the right to go to our Twitter page to follow us.

Pinterest: Inspired by your visit to Kenai Fjords and want to share your photos with others? Planning on visiting and want learn about the most interesting things to see and do? Visit our page and begin the journey.

Did You Know?

resident pod of Orca whales

“Killer whales” or orcas are actually quite friendly and often inquisitive about humans. In fact, the group of “resident killer whales” pictured here feeds entirely on fish. Only “transient killer whales” eat marine mammals. No wild killer whale has ever hurt a human being.