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A city in Kusilvak Census Area in the US state of Alaska, Marshall is located on the east bank of the Yukon River. The city is positioned off the north side of the Polte Slough at the northeastern edge of the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge. Marshall is encircled by taiga and tundra forests and the geology of the city is mostly verdant to dark grey sedimentary rock in different stages of metamorphosis.
Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge
A United States National Wildlife Refuge spread in an area of around 19.16 million acres in southwestern Alaska, Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge is the second-largest National Wildlife Refuge in the country. Landscape of the park includes a coastal plain ranging to the Bering Sea. Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge boasts about 35 villages and around 25,000 people. The coastal area of the park bordering the sea is a wealthy and productive wildlife habitat that supports one of the largest concentrations of water fowl around the world. There are more than a million ducks and around half a million geese using this refuge for breeding purposes every year. The area features huge seasonal concentrations of loons, northern pintails, cranes, swans, and grebes. During winters, the waters of Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge becomes home to a number of seals, walruses, beluga, porpoises, and minke whales.
Flowing at the north of Marshall, Yukon River is the longest river in the state. The river is home one of the longest salmon runs around the globe. Visitors can also enjoy swimming in the river.