Kick Sledding Adventure at AWCC

Come on down this winter for a kick sledding adventure at AWCC! A self-guided kick sled tour is a great way to experience the center and enjoy an Alaskan winter wonderland. The weather and the roads here at AWCC are perfect for kick-sledding this winter! We have kick-sleds to fit all ages and sizes. Enjoy…

New Partnership to Support Wildlife Conservation

Inspired by a shared passion for outdoor adventure and support of wildlife, AWCC is excited to announce a new partnership to support wildlife conservation. We’ve partnered with MuskOx, a men’s apparel company that makes high-quality adventure-ready clothes for the modern American man. Gear is made with thoughtful performance details that is both durable and functional.…

AWCC Welcomes Muskox Calf

The AWCC is very proud to announce the arrival of our first rescued animal of the season – Athena the muskox calf! Athena is a three-week-old calf who came to AWCC from outside Deadhorse, Alaska. Athena had been alone for a full week after her mother and sibling had been killed by a grizzly bear.…

Animal Reactions to November Earthquake

Ever wonder how animals would react in an earthquake? Well on November 30, 2019, a 7.1 earthquake hit southcentral Alaska causing the resident animals of the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center to display some interesting behaviors. Musk ox assumed their protective stance by standing in a circle and looking outward, facing the threat. Wolves and coyotes…

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…
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