Potter Marsh may be the most accessible wildlife viewing spot in Alaska. This 564-acre fresh water marsh stretches for nearly two miles between the New Seward Highway and the base of the Chugach Mountains, creating a wetland maze that concentrates at least 130 species of migratory and nesting birds very close to highway pullouts and 1,550 feet of handsome, family friendly boardwalks.
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Walk the board walk to see birds out in the marsh.
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