Firstly, there are four different types of Alaska bears: the Brown bear (grizzly), Polar bear, Black bear, and Glacier bear. Presently, there are several Alaska bear viewing opportunities available to visitors.
About 175,000 to 200,000 moose are widely distributed throughout Alaska. In Alaska, moose live in a large area ranging from the Stikine River in Southeast Alaska to the Colville River on the Arctic Slope.
Mountain goats inhabit Alaska's southeastern Panhandle and coastal mountains north and west to Cook Inlet. They also reach the Talkeetna Mountains in Denali National Park. The Kenai Peninsula has 3,600–4,600 mountain goats.