Pip & Jo the Rescued Moose Calves Move to their New Home

We’re excited to announce that Pip & Jo the rescued moose calves have moved into their new home here at AWCC! Now that they’ve gotten bigger, this larger enclosure offers them more space to explore and play. Right now they are neighbors with Arnold the moose, but this summer they’ll become roommates so they can…

Celebrate Mother’s Day at AWCC

We would like to say thank you to all the mothers, for everything they do with free admission to all mothers on Mother’s Day! Join AWCC on May 12th for a day filled with animal programs and delicious food for sale from Forget-Me-Knot food truck. Animal feeding schedule: 11:30 am Lynx program (behind the Gift Shop)…

Meet Arnold

Meet the newest member of the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center family, Arnold. Arnold is a male moose calf, he was found orphaned in Anchorage, Alaska when his mother was hit by a vehicle. He will have a permanent home at the Wildlife Center. Arnold is two months old and weighs approximately 150 pounds. He is…

AWCC Welcomes Babies!

The past few months have been an exciting one for the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center! We have welcomed new members to the family; four wood bison calves, a female reindeer calf, a male muskox calf and a male porcupette that was rescued from Juneau. The first male wood bison calf was born Sunday, April 22, to…

Welcome to Summer

Blue skies. Golden sun. Green grass. Fireweed. Who doesn’t love summer? I know our animals love rolling in the grass and mud, trudging through the ponds and creeks, and smelling the fresh mountain breeze. Sure it gets warm, but that’s what the water is for! Are you interested in seeing what our animals love most…
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