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The Mulchatna River is a river in Alaskamarker.

Mulchatna River
The Mulchatna River is located in Southwest Alaska. Its headwaters are in Turquoise Lake, in Lake Clark National Park and Preservemarker. The 24 miles of the river within the park are designated as a National Wild and Scenic River. Aside from scattered cabins, the Mulchatna River is wild and undeveloped. However, there is a proposal to build a large copper/gold mine, the Pebble Minemarker, on one of its tributaries.

All five species of Pacific Salmon spawn in the Mulchatna River. Major tributaries include the Koktuli and Stuyahok Rivers. The Mulchatna joins the Nushagak Rivermarker just south of the village of Koliganekmarker. The Nushagak then empties into Bristol Baymarker.

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