Clarence Rhode National Wildlife Range
Located within the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, the Clarence Rhode National Wildlife Range is an excellent example of coastal and upland tundra habitat; consisting of more than 50,000 lakes and ponds, meandering streams, extensive tide flats and low shrub and sedge tundra. The site provides nesting grounds for most of the world's black brant, cackling and emperor geese, and numerous other waterfowl, shorebirds, and sandhill cranes.
Year designated: 1968
Ownership: Federal, State, Private
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