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Related Links · Tide Predictions for King Salmon
· Katmai National Park and Preserve
· Alaska Peninsula and Becharof National Wildlife Refuges
· Alaska Department of Fish and Game
You are watching live footage of the Naknek River in King Salmon, Alaska. In the spring, the Naknek River is one of first ice-free places in the area attracting thousands of migrating swans, geese, and ducks. During April and May, beluga whales swim up the Naknek River chasing schools of smelt.

  • grant: $150,000 - Katmai National Park and Preserve

    To provide salary support and equipment for a seasonal media ranger position, to support educational programming and the brown bear webcams, and for ongoing interpretive activities

  • topic: whales

  • location: king salmon

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You are watching live footage of the Naknek River in King Salmon, Alaska. In the spring, the Naknek River is one of first ice-free places in the area attracting thousands of migrating swans, geese, and ducks. During April and May, beluga whales swim up the Naknek River chasing schools of smelt.

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location: King Salmon, Alaska

best hours: 7:00am - 10:00pm

time zone: Alaska Daylight Time

links: Alaska Peninsula
Katmai National Park and Preserve
Tide Predictions for King Salmon
National Marine Fisheries Service

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NGO: Katmai National Park and Preserve

grant: $150,000

location: Brooks Camp - Falls

mission: To provide salary support and equipment for a seasonal media ranger position, to support educational programming and the brown bear webcams, and for ongoing interpretive activities

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Related Links · Tide Predictions for King Salmon
· Katmai National Park and Preserve
· Alaska Peninsula and Becharof National Wildlife Refuges
· Alaska Department of Fish and Game
You are watching live footage of the Naknek River in King Salmon, Alaska. In the spring, the Naknek River is one of first ice-free places in the area attracting thousands of migrating swans, geese, and ducks. During April and May, beluga whales swim up the Naknek River chasing schools of smelt.

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