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Afognak Iceland is a 1812 km ² large island in the Pacific Ocean off the southern coast of Alaska (USA). It is located in Kodiak Borough Iceland, 5 km north of Kodiak Iceland.

As the second largest island of the Kodiak archipelago, it lies south of Shelikof Strait, which separates the island from the mainland. The highest point of the island is 776 m. On her 169 people ( as of 2000), mainly loggers, fishermen and a small Russian community. The island is 69 km long and 37 km wide.

The densely forested island is home to many brown bears, moose and deer. Many tourists come for hunting and fishing by Afognak.

The island was in 1980 assigned by the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge.

Kazakof Bay, a bay on Afognak Iceland