Wildlife Conservation through Scientific Investigation

Most of the animals at the Alaska Zoo are orphaned, injured, confiscated or born at another zoo. One way we can help their wild counterparts survive in the wild is by learning about them and how we can change our behavior to have less of a negative affect on them and their habitat. We work with agencies, universities and our own staff to investigate wildlife. Listed below are species we have helped investigate, check out each of the links to see publications that help disseminate the information to our species.

Polar bear

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grey wolf

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brown bear

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