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Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge



Under ANILCA, the purposes of Kodiak Refuge were further defined and expanded beyond the original purpose identified in the 1941 establishing order. Section 303(5)(B) of ANILCA states: The purposes for which the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge is established and shall be managed include- A. Conserve fish and wildlife populations and habitats in their natural diversity including, but not limited to, Kodiak brown bears, salmonids, sea otters, sea lions and other marine mammals and migratory birds. B. Fulfill international treaty obligations of the United States with respect to fish and wildlife. C. Provide the opportunity for continued subsistence uses by local residents consistent with the primary purposes of the refuge.ÊD. Ensure water quality and necessary water quantity within the refuge.

Type of Education Provided

  • Formal
  • Informal
  • Professional
  • Para-professional
  • Recreational
  • Other

Organizational Classification

  • Federal
  • Non-profit
  • Other
  • State
  • University-Based

Stem Programming

  • Yes
  • No


  • Yes
  • No

Operating Region

  • Southeast Alaska
  • Southcentral Alaska
  • Southwest Alaska
  • Northwest Alaska
  • Interior Alaska
  • Statewide

Primary Audience

  • Rural
  • Remote
  • Urban
  • Statewide
  • Specific



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