Deer, Foxes & Coyotes
Some of the smaller exhibits at the Alaska Wildlife Center include Sitka Blacktail Deer.
Sitka Blacktail Deer are the second smallest member of the deer family in the United States. A dominant male will rarely exceed 100 pounds and a typical female will settle in between 50-80 pounds at mature size.
The Wildlife Conservation Center is also home to a variety of coyotes and foxes, however these two species specifically are candidates for re-introduction.
Depending on the time of year during your visit, you may or may not have the opportunity to view any potential litter of coyote pups, or fox orphans.