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The national parks are yours.

Make your year-end, tax-deductible contribution to protect them today!

YOU can help protect your national parks!

Help us reach our $401,000 goal by 12/31 so we can start 2015 strong defending them.

The national parks are yours.

Make your year-end, tax-deductible contribution to protect them today!

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Alaska Photos

This Land is Our Land, Too

Alaska’s national parks and preserves attract visitors from around the world for the opportunity to see mountains, glaciers and wildlife such as bears and wolves. What was your most memorable experience from visiting Alaska’s national parks? Was it the opportunity to see grizzly bears, caribou and other wildlife in their natural habitats? Was your jaw in a constant state of “dropped” from viewing the towering landscapes and pristine wilderness? An equally important question to us…you took photographs during your visit, right? Whether your Alaska exploration was 30 years or 30 days ago, we want to hear your stories and see your photographs.

At NPCA, it is our duty to ensure that Alaska’s wilderness and wildlife is protected for the enjoyment of our children and grandchildren. We are currently working to roll back current, questionable hunting regulations enforced by the Alaska Board of Game. Your personal photos and stories inspire our work, and will hopefully help inspire decision makers to help keep Alaska wild by maintaining its natural diversity and abundance of wildlife.

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Denali
Ken Platt , February 17, 2013
At the visitor center where the Denali was hiding behind the cloud.
Chilkoot Trailhead
Micky Mcgilligan , February 17, 2013
Tom and Micky and Mac the pup at the head of the Chilkoot Trail at Klondike Gold Rush NHP.
Flag Over Denali
Melissa Lake , February 14, 2013
The America flag flies proudly in the breeze at the Eielson VC in Denali, with the mountain in the background.
Treasures of Denali
Jim Chumbley , February 12, 2013
Caribou skull found on the Tekalanika River Denali National Park
Denali
Darcy Escovedo , February 13, 2013
Nice day with a great view of Denali!
Glacier Watching in Glacier Bay
Stratto , February 13, 2013
Stratto and his Mom checking out Mergerie Glacier on a rare sunny day in Glacier Bay
The Great One
Damien Wissolik , February 13, 2013
This was on a tundra hike in the Kantishna area of Denali National Park & Preserve.
Kenai Fjords tour
Phil Edwards , February 12, 2013
The Greatland - Kenai Fjords tour - Seward, AK
Alaska Changing Lives
Emily Gantner , February 12, 2013
This past summer of 2012 I had the opportunity to go backpacking through Southeast Alaska with a summer camp I have gone to for years. Hitting off our summer, 12 girls all excited and eager to go on this amazing trip. We went hiking in Klondike...
On Denali
Barbara Magill , February 12, 2013
Photo was taken in the summer of 2006 when we drove from Florida to Alaska. One way we experienced Denali was with a flightseeing ride around Mt Mckinley. Our tour landed at 10,000 feet on top of a glacier.

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