ADF&G Video Search
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has produced a variety of videos, presentations, audio files, and other multimedia content, highlighting the beauty of Alaska, the incredible nature of our wildlife, and the broad scope of related management and outdoor activities of interest to Alaskans and visitors alike.
Top 5 most recently added videos
Counting Caribou - Virtual Presentation March 31, 2021
Members of the photocensus team describe what it’s like to fly over and photograph caribou herds in the vast, remote landscapes of Alaska. Learn how the Alaska Department of Fish and Game counts these animals to make herd population estimates.
Caribou Across the Last Frontier- Virtual Presentation March 25, 2021
Lincoln Parrett, Wildlife Research Biologist for ADF&G, takes a closer look at caribou herds across Alaska. Lincoln discusses a multitude of topics about these fascinating, iconic Alaska mammals. The presentation includes caribou biology, herd movements, how biologists conduct research, and the challenges of managing these constantly wandering animals.
Red fox and white-fronted geese 1 KLNicholson
A red fox at Prudhoe Bay on Alaska's North Slope raids the ground nest and eats eggs of a pair of white-fronted geese, who respond defensively. This is late June and the fox is shedding a lighter colored winter coat revealing a summer coat beneath. Red foxes come in a variety of color morphs, some quite dark. This is the cross fox color morph. Biologist Kerry L. Nicholson recorded this in early summer 2019.
Arctic fox on snow KLNicholson.mp4
An arctic fox rolls in a snow patch in early summer on Alaska's North Slope. This fox is shedding its white winter coat and the darker summer coat is coming in. Recorded by ADF&G wildlife biologist Kerry L. Nicholson.
Moose Vehicle Collision Stories from the Road: Brenda
Brenda shares her Moose Vehicle Collision Story