Blueberry Hill (Alaska)
Blueberry Hill is on the north shore of the Valdez Bay. The elevation of Blueberry Hill is 351 feet (107 m). On the west side of Blueberry Hill, a grove of Sitka Spruce make up the northernmost forest in the Pacific temperate rain forest system. The coastal rain forest on Blueberry Hill is approximately one square kilometer. Black bears and bald eagles inhabit the forest on Blueberry Hill.
Blueberry Hill is the largest in a system of hills that border the Valdez Bay. East of Blueberry Hill is Salmonberry or Civic Center Hill, named for the abundant wild salmonberries that grow on the northern shores of Ruth Pond. Southeast of the small boat harbor is Hippie Hill, named after the seasonal workers that inhabited the campground on Hippie Hill during the 1980s and 1990s. The Blueberry Hill network contains the Mineral Creek Islands east of town in the Valdez Tide Flats.
- TopoZone Entry for Blueberry Hill
- InfoRain.org: "Prince William Sound / Copper River Ecosystem: Biological and Ecological Resources"
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