The ocean and land environments in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve are closely intertwined. Marine waters make up nearly one fifth of the park and no point of land is more than 30 miles from the coast. This means that the lives of virtually all the animals at Glacier Bay are tied to its productive marine waters or the biologically rich shorelines.
Wildlife of Glacier Bay
Wildlife Viewing Calendar
Visiting the park in the summer? Spring? Fall? Find out what wildlife to look out for.
Hear the Voices of Glacier Bay
Crashing glaciers, bellowing sea lions, whispering rain, and singing seabirds...enjoy the amazing natural sounds of Glacier Bay!
Giants of the Bay
Glacier Bay's rich waters are important summer feeding grounds for humpbacks
Last updated: March 19, 2018