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 our $4 Million goal 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 $4 Million needed for a much needed new building.

Book a Tour

AWCC offers up-close and personal experiences. Book early and enjoy Moose Encounters, Bear Encounters, and Walk on the Wild Side Tours.

Meet the Locals

Get to know all the animals at the Wildlife Center

Book a Tour

AWCC offers up-close and personal experiences. Book early and enjoy Moose Encounters, Bear Encounters, and Walk on the Wild Side Tours.

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

AWCC Easter Egg-stravaganza

AWCC Easter Egg-stravaganza

The AWCC is delighted to announce our annual Easter Egg-stravaganza! Join us here at the sanctuary March 31st from 11AM-3PM for a day full of fun. Included in the price of admission is a whole list of events. From a live puppet show, to special animal enrichment,...

Beluga Monitoring Spring Orientation

Beluga Monitoring Spring Orientation

Our partners at the Alaska Beluga Monitoring Program (ABMP) have announced their spring orientation for new volunteers! The ABMP is a community science program led by NOAA Fisheries that monitors the health of the Cook Inlet Beluga Whale population through...

We’re Looking for Tree Branches

We’re Looking for Tree Branches

It’s sure been windy here in Alaska – which leads to a great way to help the AWCC! As you’re cleaning up your yard after these blustery days, consider gathering up any broken branches (especially those with lichen or leaves attached) to donate to our animals. They...

New tour announcement! We are excited to launch the Naturalist Guided Walking Tour, with 2 departures daily. This tour may also be booked last minute. Learn More HERE, or book HERE.