All refuges open to the public are in the Passport, as are National Fish Hatcheries. Refuges and hatcheries are listed alphabetically within their state. Refuges with offices or visitor facilities usually have a space to stamp your passport. For sites closed to the public, use the stamp area for your own notes.
There is at least one wildlife refuge in each state and U.S. Territory. About 500 national wildlife refuges are open to the public; most charge no entry fee. More than 100 wildlife refuges are within an easy drive of cities. Each refuge was established for its importance to wildlife.
- Alaska Maritime
- Alaska Peninsula
- Yukon Delta
- Yukon Flats