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Learn more about how to get here, our hours, admission costs and everything else you need to know about the Wildlife Center.

Animal Clinic & Housing Fundraiser

Help us reach the $2Million needed for a much needed new building.

Visit Us

Learn more about how to get here, our hours, admission costs and everything else you need to know about the Wildlife Center.

Animal Clinic & Housing Fundraiser

Help us reach the $2Million needed for a much needed new building.

View Our Shop

You can’t take the animals with you, but you can bring home lots of goodies from our store.

Meet the Locals

Get to know all the animals at the Wildlife Center

View Our Shop

You can’t take the animals with you, but you can bring home lots of goodies from our store.

Meet the Locals

Get to know all the animals at the Wildlife Center

The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is a sanctuary dedicated to preserving Alaska’s wildlife through conservation, education, research, and quality animal care.

AWCC takes in injured and orphaned animals year-round and provides them with spacious enclosures and quality animal care. Most of the animals that arrive at the AWCC become permanent residents and will always have a home here.

Read the Latest News from AWCC

New Animal Audio Guides

New Animal Audio Guides

We’ve just released new animal audio guides, which are perfect for a self-guided tour! This gives you the ability to play the audio guides on your smartphone or handheld device while you are at the various animal habitats. Come enjoy over 200 acres of animal...

Calling all birders!

Calling all birders! Every year, thousands of birds make the journey north to raise their young and take advantage of the copious plant and animal life our state has to offer. This is commonly referred to as the “Spring Migration”. The AWCC sits on the Turnagain Arm,...

Help us fundraise for a
NEW Animal Clinic & Housing building
.

"These additions and expansions will make it possible for us to provide the best care for resident animals and allow us to expand opportunities to rescue, care for, and potentially release injured and orphaned animals back into the wild."  Dr. Oakley, AWCC Head Veterinarian