Anchor River/Fritz Creek —
Critical Habitat Area
In the heart of the southern Kenai Peninsula, spanning the Anchor River and Fritz Creek drainages, lies the Anchor River/Fritz Creek Critical Habitat Area. Created in 1985 to protect natural habitat critical to perpetuation of fish and wildlife, especially moose, the area is one of the only major moose overwintering areas on the southern Kenai Peninsula.
For more information on the Anchor River/Fritz Creek Critical Habitat Area please refer to the Anchor River/Fritz Creek Management Plan. For current land status information, see the Anchor River/Fritz Creek Land Status Map (PDF 1,975 kB). You may also download the KML file which depicts the refuge area boundary.