Wildlife in Alaska is diverse and abundant.
Some of the most common include: Brown and Black bear, Caribou, Moose, Mountain Goat, Bison and Dall Sheep. Thousands of species of birds inhabit Alaska, especially in coastal regions, including Bald Eagles, Canadian Geese, the Horned Puffin, Osprey, and a variety of owls. And of course Alaska is well known for Whales, including Humpback Whales. North Pacific humpbacks come to Alaska to feed on the riches of our sea and migrate more than 3,000 miles from tropical waters, like Hawaii, to the cooler waters of Southeast Alaska in as few as 30 days