Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies
Embark on a spectacular journey into nature and wildlife at the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies in Homer, Alaska. This magical education center offers guided tours and exhibits highlighting Alaska's unique wildlife and ecosystem. Visitors of all ages and skill levels will be delighted by this unique Alaskan experience.
The Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies is a non profit organization formed in 1982 designed to protect and preserve this unique Alaskan landscape. Located along the Kachemak Bay, this dynamic center is situated among stunning natural scenery.
A highlight of the Alaskan Coastal Studies Center is the Wynn Nature Center, a wildlife refuge for some of Alaska's native inhabitants. The Wynn Nature Center protects important moose and black bear migration corridors and offers over five miles of beautiful easy hiking trails for visitors to explore the spectacular wildlife Alaska has to offer.
Visitors can explore the dynamic Peterson Bay area of the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies. An active science center, the Peterson Bay area boast one of the most diverse marine wildlife landscapes. Visitors can boat, kayak and hike along the coastal pools admiring harbor seals, seal otters, octopuses and wide variety of marine wildlife. Visitors can enjoy one of the fabulous guided tours, boat rides or even stay overnight in dynamic yurts.
The Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies is a fascinating experience that's both educational and entertaining. Visitors witness nature coming alive like never before and can explore the staggering natural diversity of wildlife that can be found only in this magical wildlife refuge. From a quick guided tour to rugged adventure outings, The Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies in Homer, Alaska and will be the highlight of your trip to the northern frontier.
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