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Creamer's Field


1300 College Road
Fairbanks, AK 99708
(907) 452-5162
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*WINTER* Schedule:
Saturday Noon-4:00 PM
and during programs.

Creamer's Field Refuge
and trails are open 24 hours
a day, 365 days a year.

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Creamer's Critters / Creepy Critters


Volunteers decorating; Visitors making crafts

Thank you Fairbanks "petco" for loaning us "Charlie" the Ferret to share at the program!
Mark D. Ross getting into the "Weasel Spirit" for 2017 Creamer's Critters

Thank you Todd Sherman for donating your Weasel Artwork to us, and for sharing other cool Weasel artwork!


Thank you Bennett Wong for bringing his falconry bird, a Red-tailed Hawk named "Arden."


What a great opportunity to learn about the ancient Bears of interior Alaska! THANK YOU to our awesome volunteers and supporters. Thanks to all who came!

ADF&G Ciologist Mark D. Ross shows bear skulls to a visitor

2014 Attack of the Ice Age Cats - Massive Cats of Ancient Alaska

We had a lot of fun! Thanks for coming! And a big THANK YOU to our awesome volunteers and supporters.

Giant American Lion and Steppe Bison artwork by

Sarah DeGennaro

2013 Alaska's Mysterious Bats!

Thank you to everyone who came out for this awesome event! We had a great turnout. Thank you to our awesome volunteers - Leon Kotsch, Barbara Logan, Chet, Stonnalee and Lori Ellison, Kim Brock, Mary Burtness, Brenda Sadler, and Kathy Taylor Yokel, and to UAF bat researcher Mallory Jones, ADF&G biologist Mark Ross and ADF&G educator Sarah DeGennaro. Another huge thank you to Fort Knox Gold Mine and GVEA Good Cents, who provide program support. The event was a lot of fun!

UAF Museum volunteer and bat researcher Mallory Jones

This document was last modified on: October 28, 2017