BLM ALASKA WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS
In Alaska, the BLM manages six wild and scenic rivers. They were added to the Wild and Scenic River system with the passing of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act on December 2, 1980. Several miles of these rivers were protected under law for their wild, scenic, or recreational qualities. Alaska’s wild and scenic rivers all offer recreation opportunities as well as world class sport fishing. Explore BLM Birch Creek, Beaver Creek, Delta, Fortymile, Gulkana, and Unalakleet rivers spread out over Interior Alaska.