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Creamer's Field

Location

1300 College Road
Fairbanks, AK 99708
(907) 452-5162
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Visitor Center Hours

*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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Visitors enjoy an autumn walk in the Boreal Forest

Fresh snow covers the field as seen in an early winter walk

Nature Walks

Friends of Creamer's Field offers guided nature walks throughout the year. These educational walks are led by a trained naturalist who has information on the Boreal Forest of Interior Alaska, animals and plants living here as well as some of the history of the area and the Creamer's Dairy.

Summer
Guided Nature Walks
are scheduled Monday through Saturday at 10 am and Wednesdays at 7 pm, June through August.

Winter
Noon Nature Walks
are scheduled Tuesdays and Thursdays at Noon, March through May and September through November. (Excluding Thanksgiving Day)

We also occasionally have special Solstice or Equinox Walks.

We will also try to accommodate your schedule by appointment at 907-452-5162.

Pictures from the Boreal Forest and Seasonal Ponds
at Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge

Bluebells in the Boreal Forest The seasonally flooded Boreal Forest Ice Wedges shape the soil Post #6
Boardwalk Trail in the Boreal Forest Boardwalk Trail in the Boreal Forest The damp trough areas of the Boreal Forest floor are covered with Field Horsetails
Thermokarst Pond Post #7 Boardwalk Trail in the Boreal Forest Boardwalk Trail in the Boreal Forest
Wild Calla Lilies are abundant in thermokarst ponds on the refuge Freezing and thawing of ice wedges causes hills and troughs to form with different plant habitats Post #8 Boardwalk Trail in the Boreal Forest
Wood Frog, the only amphibian in Interior Alaska live in the Boreal Forest Seasonal Pond in early summer Post #5 Wild Blue Iris in the Boreal Forest
Wild Raspberries in the Boreal Forest Red Squirrels live in areas where there are Spruce Cones Kessel Seasonal Pond
Boardwalk Trail in the Boreal Forest Boardwalk Trail in the Boreal Forest Tree Sky from the Boardwalk Trail in the Boreal Forest
Boardwalk Trail in the Boreal Forest Trail in the Boreal Forest Boardwalk Trail in the Boreal Forest
Lichen on Birch Tree in the Boreal Forest Delicate Mushroom near the Boardwalk Trail in the Boreal Forest Seasonal Pond
Jusilla Creek flowing through the Boreal Forest Water forming Jusilla Creek surrounds the Boardwalk Trail in the Boreal Forest American Robin nesting in the Boreal Forest
Wild Roses Color the Boreal Forest in Spring Amanita Mushroom in the Boreal Forest Boardwalk Trail in the Boreal Forest
Spring Equoinox Walk Poster Spring Equoinox Walk Poster





This document was last modified on: May 13, 2017