Alaska: Agulukpak River

Mouth of Agulukpak River in Alaska

The Agulukpak connects the two large lakes of Wood-Tikchik State Park, Lake Beverley to Lake Nerka. Like the Agulowak, it is a major spawning area for sockeye salmon and supports a high density of rainbow trout and Dolly Varden. We're working to protect the conservation values of three Native allotments near the mouth of the river and one at the start.

Our previous work along the Agulukpak River includes acquiring a highly developable 160-acre tract that was subsequently donated to the Wood-Tikchik State Park for management with a conservation easement donated to the Nushagak-Mulchatna Wood-Tikchik Land Trust.

Photo by Travis S./Flickr