Whimsical. Magical. Remote.

Bering Land Bridge National Preserve lies at the continental crossroads that greatly influenced the distribution of life in the Western Hemisphere during the Pleistocene Epoch. It is a vital landscape for indigenous communities who depend on the land just as their ancestors did for many generations. It is a wild and ecologically healthy landscape unlike any other.

A haul out of walruses are bellowing on shore.

Arctic Animal Discovery

Explore the tundra with our newest interactive web page: Arctic Animal Discovery!

An arctic ground squirrel rests its head on its hand.

Who lives here?

Land mammals, marine mammals, fish and birds. There are plenty of creatures that make this place home!

Three young kids participate in a scavenger hunt.

Want to be a Jr. Ranger?

Make mammoth discoveries about Bering Land Bridge.

Last updated: August 15, 2019

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 220

Nome, AK 99762


(800) 471-2352

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