Wildlife Enhancement Projects
In cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management and the State Division of Forestry, ADF&G is preparing to burn approximately 53,000 acres to benefit wildlife habitat north of Lake Louise. This remote project is being carefully planned by the partnering agencies.
- Alphabet Hills Prescribed Burn Update 05/18/2020 (PDF 1,028 kB)
- Alphabet Hills Prescribed Burn Summary 09/24/2019 (PDF 965 kB)
- Fish & Wildlife News: The Alphabet Hills Prescribed Burn
Delta Junction Bison Range
ADF&G coordinates across several programs to conduct wildlife habitat enhancement treatments on the Delta Junction Bison Range. While planting crops to entice bison into the state field complexes is done annually, other treatments to benefit moose and grouse are also done intermittently outside of the Panoramic and Gerstle fields.
- Delta Junction — State Bison Range
- Fish & Wildlife News: Prescribed Fire on the Delta Junction Bison Range
- Fish & Wildlife News: Prescribed Burn on the Delta Junction Bison Range
- Small Game Hunting in Alaska
Over several years, ADF&G coordinated with State Forestry and others to conduct habitat enhancement treatments on state forest lands outside of Tok within the 1990 burn scar of the Tok River Fire. A variety of roads and trails extend into this area for hunting and viewing of wildlife. This poster has a map of the area and is installed in a kiosk south of Tok inside state lands.
- Tok Rollerchopping Habitat Poster (PDF 2,901 kB)