“wetland and boreal forest habitiat”
Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge is a 2,000 acre state owned wildlife refuge located in Fairbanks, Alaska just north of the city center on College Road. The pastoral focal points of the Refuge are the historic dairy buildings and the farm fields which now are used exclusively by migrating waterfowl and other wildlife. The Refuge also boasts wetland habitat and boreal forest habitat which are easily explored by miles of well-maintained walking trails. The Creamer’s Field trail system is open year-round and multi-use trails are groomed throughout the winter. In addition to the trails, there are viewing platforms around the margins of the fields as well as a Visitor Center and gift shop located in the historic Farmhouse.
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Creamers Field State Migratory Waterfowl Refuge
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