Alaskan Nature: Directory

lonely caribou in Alakan Nature

Ungulates are mammals with hooves, or horny coverings over the lower part of their feet or toes. Ungulates are classified or split into two groups, those with horns and those with antlers. Alaska ungulates include the moose, caribou, elk, Sitka deer, bison, mountain goats, and dall sheep.

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Native Alaskans
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The Land
Aleutian Islands
Glaciers
Mountains
Tundra

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Wildlife
Amphibians

Birds
  Cormorants
  Cranes
  Grouse
  Gulls/Terns
  Loons
  Owls
  Plover
  Raptors
  Waterfowl

Fish
  Arctic Char
  Arctic Grayling
  Burbot
  Dolly Varden
  Halibut
  Lingcod
  Northern Pike
  Salmon
  Salmon Shark
  Trout
  Whitefish

Invertebrates

  Insects

Mammals 

  Bats
  Bears
    Polar Bear
 
 Canines
    Alaskan Malamute Dog
    Arctic Fox
    Coyote
    Red Fox
    Wolves
 
  Cats (Lynx)
  Rabbits
  Rodents
  Shrews
 
Ungulates
    Bison
   
Caribou
    Dall Sheep
    Elk
    Moose
    Mountain Goats
    Sitka Deer
 
Weasels
    Fisher
    Least Weasel
    Marten
    Mink
    River Otter
    Sea Otter
    Short-tailed Weasel
    Wolverine

Sea Turtles
  Green Sea Turtle
  Leatherbacks
  Loggerhead
  Olive Ridley
Sea Life

Marine Mammals
  Dolphins
  Harbor Seals
  Polar Bears
  Porpoise
  Sea Lions
  Sea Otters
  Walrus
 
Whales
  
Beluga
    Blue
   Bowhead
    Gray
    Humpback
    Minke
    Orca
    Right


Plant Life
Endangered Plants
Native Plants
Native Trees
  State Tree
Wildflowers
  State Flower

Waterways
Coastline

Lakes
  Aleknagik Lake
  Becharof Lake
  Clark Lake
  liamna Lake
  Minchumina Lake

Rivers
  Colville River
  Copper River
  Gulkana River
  Kuskokwim River
  Noatak River
  Porcupine River
  Susitna River
  Tanana River
  Yukon River.

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Alaska Mammals:

With 112 mammal species, Alaska ranks 12th of the 50 U.S. states in mammalian diversity.

Learn more about Alaskan mammals

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Canines Bears Weasels
Ungulates Rabbits Rodents
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