The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is one of the largest remaining intact ecosystems in the world. It has sustained the Gwich’in people for centuries, which is why they call it “The Sacred Place Where Life Begins.” This majestic landscape — comprising rugged mountains, spectacular boreal forests, sweeping vistas, and wild rivers — is also home to an incredible array of wildlife, including caribou, wolves, polar bears, and nearly 200 species of migratory birds.

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