This rugged peninsula, some 200 miles long and 100 miles wide, has been called "Alaska in miniature" - every Alaskan wildlife habitat type except Arctic tundra is represented here. From the stately moose of the willow thickets to the Dall sheep of the crags… from the red salmon of the rivers to the otters of the oceans… from the shorebirds of the Kachemak Bay estuaries to the sandhill cranes of the vast Kenai wetlands to the puffins and auklets of the glacier-carved fjords . . . the Kenai offers a world of wildlife to discover.