This was very informative and educational. The guide knew what she was talking about and was very enthusiastic. We saw a few reindeer, caribou and some small muskox. I expected to see more animals, particularly some large muskox but these were a long way away...更多
I found this to be a wonderful educational experience...seeing muskox, reindeer and caribou up-close, while learning a great deal about their lives in Alaska. Various samples of furs, antlers, etc. were distributed to touch and explore. Our guide had significant knowledge and had a wonderful...更多
While you are exposed to animals in close proximity and informed about them, the "tour" of the site is haphazard, poorly structured and overly long. The "research" nature of the establishment was not clearly explained and was only discussed after a prompt from a visitor....更多
Only open to the general public during certain months! other times you can park by the fence and often see the animals nearby. The walk with the naturalist is most informative learning about the Musk Ox, Caribou, Reindeer at the station. The research and learning...更多
Heard an interesting presentation from knowledgeable young caretaker. You can only see a few animals close up so it was somewhat disappointing. It's a research facility that has limited it scope to a few species.
Not sure if I was disrupting the research, but I could not resist these adorable beasts, so I stood outside the corrals and send Reiki energy for 20 minutes. They are so beautiful and so glad that research is ongoing.
They had muskox and reindeer available to see. It was interesting to see them, however, you can only see about 1-2 muskox at the top, where it's free, and you have to pay $10/person to go beyond the gate. It was a little disappointing though...更多