Wildlife heroes from three renowned conservation centers in Alaska.

As seen on National Geographic

And now you can help.
Our agencies rely on financial donations to
respond to animals in need.

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Wildlife heroes from three renowned conservation centers in Alaska.

As seen on National Geographic

And now you can help.
Our agencies rely on financial donations to
respond to animals in need.

About Us Donate

Wildlife heroes from three renowned conservation centers in Alaska.

As seen on National Geographic

And now you can help.
Our agencies rely on financial donations to
respond to animals in need.

About Us Donate

Wildlife heroes from three renowned conservation centers in Alaska.

As seen on National Geographic

And now you can help.
Our agencies rely on financial donations to
respond to animals in need.

About Us Donate

Wildlife heroes from three renowned conservation centers in Alaska.

As seen on National Geographic

And now you can help.
Our agencies rely on financial donations to
respond to animals in need.

About Us Donate

Wildlife heroes from three renowned conservation centers in Alaska.

As seen on National Geographic

And now you can help.
Our agencies rely on financial donations to
respond to animals in need.

About Us Donate

Wildlife heroes from three renowned conservation centers in Alaska.

As seen on National Geographic

And now you can help.
Our agencies rely on financial donations to
respond to animals in need.

About Us Donate

Wildlife heroes from three renowned conservation centers in Alaska.

As seen on National Geographic

And now you can help.
Our agencies rely on financial donations to
respond to animals in need.

About Us Donate

About Us

Alaska Animal Rescue, as seen on National Geographic are dedicated first responders, veterinarians and animal caretakers from the Alaska SeaLife Center, the Alaska Raptor Center and the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center brave dangerous terrain and unforgiving climates to respond to animals in need.

Alaska Animal Rescue as seen on National Geographic

Wildlife heroes from three renowned conservation centers in Alaska.

Alaska Sealife Center

The Alaska SeaLife Center is the only facility in Alaska that combines a public aquarium with marine research, education, and wildlife response. While primarily dedicated to marine research and education, the nonprofit Center is the only permanent marine mammal rescue and rehabilitation facility in the state.

How you can help:

Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (AWCC) is a sanctuary dedicated to preserving Alaska’s wildlife through conservation, education, research and quality animal care. Located at mile 79 of the Seward Highway, near Portage, Alaska.

How you can help:

Alaska Raptor Center

The Alaska Raptor Center provides medical treatment to around 200 injured birds each year. Although they specialize in raptors, they will aid any wild bird in need. The ARC strives to heal, rehabilitate and release all of their avian patients.

How you can help:

First look at Alaska’s Animal Rescue

Dr. Vic climbs a 75-foot ladder to rescue a bald eagle skewered through the wing, and the AWCC gets not one, but two baby muskox, rescued from grizzly bears.

Alaska SeaLife Center

(907) 224-7908

301 Railway Avenue
P.O. Box 1329
Seward, AK 99664

Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

(907) 783-0058

Mile 79 Seward Highway
Portage, Alaska 99587

Alaska Raptor Center

(907) 747-8662

1000 Raptor Way
Sitka, Alaska 99835