Kenai Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office

About Us

We are connected to the Anchorage Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office and operate together as the Southern Alaska Fish and Wildlife Field Office. Our biologists track trends in salmon returns and migration timing and work with partners to identify and fix barriers that stymie fish passage fish passage
Fish passage is the ability of fish or other aquatic species to move freely throughout their life to find food, reproduce, and complete their natural migration cycles. Millions of barriers to fish passage across the country are fragmenting habitat and leading to species declines. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's National Fish Passage Program is working to reconnect watersheds to benefit both wildlife and people.

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and restore fish habitat. 

Our Mission

We work with partners towards a connected network of lands and waters in Alaska that support diverse, self-sustaining populations of wild, native fish that exhibit their natural variability in abundance, genetics, and life history.