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Beluga Monitoring at The Point

September 18 @ 10:00 am - 11:50 am

Lily monitors for Cook Inlet belugas at The Point.

Cook Inlet Beluga Whales (CIBW) are an important part of our regional ecosystem, and they are critically endangered. The AWCC works in collaboration with the Alaska Beluga Monitoring Partnership to contribute to beluga monitoring efforts in Alaska’s Cook Inlet. Participate in this community science project by looking for beluga whales while visiting the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center!

During high tide, bring some binoculars and go to The Point to look for belugas out in the Turnagain Arm.

Submit any opportunistic sightings to help contribute to research and management efforts for this species!

Date and times for today’s high tide during AWCC operating hours: 10AM – 11:50AM

High Tide: +29.18 at 10:50AM

Beluga from The Point by Doug Lindstrand

AWCC’s Hours of Operation

Venue

Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
Mile 79 Seward Highway
Portage, AK 99587 United States
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Phone
907-783-0058
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Discover the WILD of Alaska and come meet the locals! Walk on the Wild Side Tours are available year-round and include an animal encounter. Summer Moose Encounters & Bear Encounters are available for online booking. Book early to ensure your spot!