• Glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park

    Kenai Fjords

    National Park Alaska

Multimedia Presentations

Park Staff film U.S. Geological Survey scientist Bruce Molnia aboard the M/V Serac.
U.S. Geological Survey scientist Bruce Molnia stands on bow of the M/V Serac, while being filmed for "Listening to the Ice," a short park film about the reduction in glacial ice found at Kenai Fjords.
NPS Photo

Do you want to visit the "last frontier" of Alaska, but can't make the trip? Love botany, wildlife, or the science of climate change, but stuck at desk? Now, you can learn about and enjoy the science and scenery of Kenai Fjords from your own home.

Check out these series of short videos.

Click on the links below or scroll down to see our many other videos.

  • BEARS! - What do you do when you see a bear in the woods?
  • NPS Climate Change Response Program - Climate change is a one of the most serious issues facing our nations, and Kenai Fjords believes in doing our part to help.
  • Time-Lapse Photography - See many of the natural phenomenon of Kenai Fjords as they materialize through the lens of a time-lapse camera.




National Park Service: Climate Change Response Program




Time-Lapse Photography




Did You Know?

State of Alaska superimposed on the contiguous 48 states

With 570,374 square miles, Alaska is twice the size of Texas and 1/5 the size of the rest of the United States. It stretches 2,400 miles east-to-west and 1,420 miles north-to-south. Its 6,640-mile coastline is 50 percent longer than the combined east and west coasts of the United States.