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We walked the entire boardwalk. We didn't see much of anything but we did find some moose tracks. It was overcast the day we stopped and it would have been prettier if the sun would have been out. We did enjoy the walk on the...More
Each time we went to the boardwalk over the marsh, we saw a different variety of birds and wildlife. Spent a good part of the day just observing and enjoying the outdoors. Many wonderful pictures of beautiful scenery and animals.
My husband and I stopped in Potter Marsh Bird Sanctuary on the way to Girdwood. It’s very scenic and has an amazing 1-mile round trip wheel chair accessible boardwalk that takes you over the marsh and tall grasses. We saw a large moose lying down...More
If you are interested in Birds - here it is! We have been here several times and each time we are pleased at the variety of birds we have seen. Best thing - it doesn't cost a penny and there is plenty of free parking!
We started our 12 day tour with this beautiful board walk. My parents wore the ponchos and we, kids, wife and I, had the umbrellas. The sky was covered with thick cloud, the fogs created a mystic feeling. White birds, half seen mountain peaks all...More
We saw many different ducks, trumpeter swans and an eagle. It was a pleasant walk and they have some view finders available to see critters closer (that's how I saw the eagle!).
There's a nice boardwalk, then there are additional areas you can walk and...More
It’s not much there but it’s beautiful, flowing streams, lots of wildlife in the marsh (ducks, birds, dragonflies and salmon) and the boardwalk is in total 1 mile long (2 different sides to walk and includes walking one side and coming back). It’s so relaxing
The best time to visit is late May and June for birding, but there are plenty of interesting birds to see in July. The bald eagles are usually in their nest feeding their fledglings. This is one of the best birding sites... More
The best time to visit is late May and June for birding, but there are plenty of interesting birds to see in July. The bald eagles are usually in their nest feeding their fledglings. This is one of the best birding sites in Anchorage that is easily accessible. You should definitely stop by, even if only for an hour or two.