Shamrock Mining Plan of Operations and Environmental Assessment Released for Public Review/Comment
The Park has released for public review the Shamrock Mining Plan of Operations and Environmental Assessment. The EA is available for public review and comment for one month. All comments must be submitted by July 3, 2013. More »
Chisana River Fire Grows, Impacts the Copper River Valley
Smoke from the Chisana River Fire impacted the Copper River basin on the evening of July 18. Because the fire continues to grow anticipate varying levels of smoke impacting the area. The fire grew from 7,718 acres on June 17 to 25,566 acres. More »
Are YOU Eligible?
To subsistence hunt and fish in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park you must:
Resident Zone Communities
In addition to all the above, you must also live in a community or area that has a customary and traditional use determination for the area and species you wish to hunt or fish. These determinations are indicated in the Federal Subsistence hunting regulations.
Did You Know?
Diverse wildlife, including Dall sheep, grizzly bears, caribou, moose, salmon, and trumpeter swans thrive in this, our nation’s largest National Park.