Scattered throughout JuneauNature, you’ll find interactive maps created in ArcGIS Online. The introductory map below delineates watershed units for the Juneau. A contour hillshade map is the default, but by clicking the 4-square basemap symbol, you can choose imagery or other options. Clicking within any of the subshed units launches a popup with more information. The box in upper right allows search for any feature on the base map. Try entering your street address, or a natural feature such as a stream or mountain.

At the bottom of this page, you’ll find sub-topics for our 13 key watersheds.


Watersheds interpreted by Discovery Southeast during the CBJ Natural History Project are outlined in black.Trailhead interpretive sign locations in red. See a full version of the map by clicking on it.

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Natural History of Juneau Trails: A Watershed Approach


If you or someone on your gift list enjoys Juneau’s outdoors, this book is for you.  It is packed with information for the hiker, hunter, or any student of the outdoors.  Richard’s insightful text, full color maps, and dozens of recent and historic photographs explain the landforms, water features, and natural environments Juneau residents navigate every day.  Dive in for a whole new understanding of the areas you love to explore, with one of Southeast Alaska’s foremost naturalists.