The Refuges comprise approximately 4.2 million acres on the Alaska Peninsula (Figure 1). The rthern boundary of the Becharof Refuge lies approximately 10 miles south of King Salmon. The refuge extends south past Becharof Lake, where it meets the rthern boundary of the Ugashik Unit of the Alaska Peninsula Refuge. The Alaska Peninsula Refuge stretches for nearly 340 miles along the peninsula and is divided into four management units. The Ugashik and Chignik units are separated by the Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve. The Seal Cape area is part of the Alaska Maritime Refuge. The most southern portions of the Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge-the Pavlof and North Creek units-are managed by the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge; and they are t covered by this plan.