Yukon-Charley Rivers staff along with partners from other agencies and academic institutions conduct work in the park to learn about and protect the park's ecological systems, wildlife, and historic sites. Here you'll find brief project updates that describe these research and resource management activities.
Rangers will often travel through the Preserve in winter conducting patrols to monitor visitor use and activities.
For over 20 years, YUCH biologists have studied the wolves that live in and around the Preserve.
The first year of a new archaeological survey examined approximately 9,200 acres including 7 caves.
Did You Know?
Hunting is allowed in a National Preserve in accordance with state and federal game regulations for harvest of wildlife.