Bering Land Bridge - Alaskan Animal Adaptations Web Page

Bering Land Bridge - Alaskan Animal Adaptations Web Page

Bering Land Bridge National Preserve (www.nps.gov/bela) is one of the most remote and isolated park service sites. It is located 100 miles north of Nome, AK and is most commonly reached via small aircraft. It is known for its rich history on human migration, geothermal hot springs, volcanic activity, flora, fauna and cultural ties with Alaskan Natives that surround the preserve. Due to its remote location, it is one of the least visited park service sites in the nation. The preserve engages with a substantial amount of young visitors via the Bering Land Bridge web page, social media sites, the Jr. Ranger book, apps, and distance learning ranger programs. While these methods have been well received, the park intends to enhance the Alaska Animal Adaptation page of the Bering Land Bridge website.

Duration: 
April 2017 - September 2018
Funder: 
U.S. Department of Interior-National Park Service
Total Award Amount: 
$20,802.34

Principal Investigator: