The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (AWCC) is a sanctuary dedicated to preserving Alaska's Wildlife through conservation, research, education and quality animal care. AWCC takes in injured, orphaned animals year-round and provides them with spacious enclosures and quality animal care. Most of the animals that arrive to the Center become permanent residents and will always have a home here. The Center maintains over 200 acres of large spacious habitarys for animals to feel at home and display their natural "wild" behavior. Visitors may see brown bears cooling off in the water, a bull moose strutting, wood bison roaming on pastures and more. Have a look at the inner working of the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center! Enjoy a tour where your personal guide will walk you through the Center, offer history and personal stories of our resident animals. You'll have the chance to be up close and personal with a porcupine and have the chance to feed additional animals. This tour is the best opportunity to get up close and personal to Alaska's wildlife!