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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?

Wrangell-St. Elias is all about wilderness!

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve has 14,185 square miles of designated wilderness, more than any other unit within the National Park Service system.