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Beaver Creek National Wild River

Wild and Scenic Beaver Creek

Blue Marker Beaver Creek National Wild River
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Beaver Creek Wild River is a tributary of the Yukon River and home to abundant salmon and other wildlife, and a spectacular destination for anglers, boaters, skiers and hunters who seek its solitude.  But Beaver Creek's wild character is threatened by potential oil and gas exploration and development.  Beaver Creek is a National Wild and Scenic River that is enveloped within three national conservation areas: Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge; White Mountains national Recreation Area; and the Steese Conservation Area.

For more information on America's Most Endangered Rivers visit American Rivers.

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