Air Pollution in Eagle, Alaska
There are possible elevated levels of air pollutants, including sulfur dioxide, in Eagle, AK that may be due to shale rock oil fires in the vicinity. The town is also impacted by smoke from wildfires, depending on wind direction. See link for more info. More »
As the principal nonprofit education partner of Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve, the Alaska Geographic Association operates bookstores with an extensive collection of educational materials on the natural and cultural heritage of Interior Alaska, including the Yukon River and Fortymile Country. Your purchase supports park interpretive programs and helps produce educational materials.
Alaska Geographic Association partners with more than 30 public land agencies across Alaska to operate informational bookstores and connect people to Alaska's rich natural and cultural heritage. Members receive discounts on purchases, both at bookstores and through the Alaska Geographic Association web site.
Did You Know?
Wolves (Canis lupis) are the largest wild members of the canine family living within the preserve. There are 13 packs that use portions of the preserve.