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Early September brings the colors of Autumn to the Copper River Delta. The verdant palette adjusts to golds and burnt umbers brought by the change of seasons.  The rich colors invite you to bundle up and go for one last hike before the rains set in.

Trumpeters in Winter

The resident Trumpeter Swans gather in openings in the frozen surface of Lake Eyak. On an icy quiet morning you can hear their low conversations with one another drifting in the cold.

Sheridan Glacier Rd

Just 10 minutes off the Copper River Highway you will find the Sheridan Mountain Trailhead as well as the access trial to Sheridan Glacier.  Surrounded by lush greenery, fields of lupine and wildflowers this is the outdoor enthusiast's dream.

Hartney Bay Snow

A clear day at Hartney Bay after the tide has receded. In just a few months ice and snow will be replaced by 5 milllion of more than 30 species of shorebirds; stopping over on their way to their breeding grounds throughout Western Alaska.

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Help Maintain our Ferry Service!
Help protect ferry service in PWS Click the links below to contact your legislators! November 2, 2017 (Cordova, Alaska) - Concern has arisen in Cordova over the proposed Alaska Marine Highway summer schedule. According to Capt Calvey of AMHS, "Our goal continues to be to operate with no service gaps in PWS, provided we receive adequate funding." Herein lies the issue of real concern: the AMHS funding gap. Most Cordovans would agree that the Alaska Marine Highway service is essential to our economy, and livelihoods in Cordova. At this point there is no budgetary guarantee that our ferry service will not…
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