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  • Wrangell-St. Elias Visitor Center Switching to Fall Hours on Sept. 20th

    Wrangell-St Elias's main visitor center, located near Copper Center, AK, is on fall hours starting September 20th. The fall hours of operation are Mon.-Fri. 9:00 am-4:00 pm, closed on federal holidays.

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  • Yellowstone National Park

    Making Tracks

    Making Tracks

    Students will explore the similarities and differences between their tracks and those of wolves and bears.

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    Wetlands Exploration

    Wetlands Exploration

    Use America's largest national park as a pathway to discovery! In this lesson, students discover, observe and learn about the types of small creatures that live in a wetlands habitat.

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    Oh, Moose!

    Oh, Moose!

    Use America's largest national park as a pathway to discovery! In this lesson, students learn about ecology by playing a game mimicking the life of moose.

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    Pathways to Discovery – Muir’s Trees and Writing Activity

    Use America's largest national park as a pathway to discovery! In this lesson, students take part in a writing activity which allows them to reflect on some of their thoughts about trees.

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    Forest Exploration

    Forest Exploration

    Use America's largest national park as a pathway to discovery! In this lesson, students learn about the types of small creatures that live in a forest habitat.

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    Pathways to Discovery - "Scent"sations!

    Pathways to Discovery -

    Use America's largest national park as a pathway to discovery! In this lesson, students learn how insects find one another using their sense of smell through smelling activity.

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    Pathways to Discovery – Field Exploration

    Pathways to Discovery – Field Exploration

    Use America's largest national park as a pathway to discovery! In this lesson, students learn about the types of small creatures that live in a field habitat.

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    Basics of Habitat

    Basics of Habitat

    Use America's largest national park as a pathway to discovery! In this lesson, students think about essential survival needs

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    Bat and Moth

    Bat and Moth

    Use America's largest national park as a pathway to discovery! In this lesson, students learn about the bat’s “niche” in an ecosystem by playing the part of these little critters.

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    Creature Meeting

    Creature Meeting

    Use America's largest national park as a pathway to discovery! In this lesson, students observe creatures closely to learn how they use their surroundings.

Did You Know?

Mt. Sanford

In March, 1948, Northwest Flight #4422 slammed into 16,237’ Mt. Sanford, killing all 30 on board. The wreckage was immediately concealed by ice and snow, making recovery efforts impossible. It was 50 years later until wreckage parts surfaced on a glacier, miles from the crash site.