Subsistance hunting is a way of life for survival in Alaska. This life style harkens back to the frontier days in the lower 48 states. Hence the name "Alaska The Last Frontier".There are many kind of large game animals in The Last Frontier. In Southeast Alaska, the rain capital of Alaska with 14 feet of rain a year, Black Tail deer are abundant. There are Black Bear on many of the islands with Grizzly Bears on the mainland. Even Roosevelt Elk have been transplanted in Southeast Alaska. If a hunter has the skills and stamina, Mountain Goats are in the high, rocky peaks.