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The Redoubt Bay Critical Habitat Area is a 268 square mile low lying expanse of wetlands braided with riparian habitat. It is best known as the nesting ground of the Tule white-fronted goose and is located approximately 40 miles southwest of Anchorage on the west side of Cook Inlet.
For more information on the Redoubt Bay Critical Habitat Area please refer to the Redoubt Bay Management Plan. For current land status information, see the Redoubt Bay Land Status Map (PDF 819 kB). You may also download the KML file which depicts the refuge area boundary.