Awuna River Alaska

The Awuna River also called Sakvailak by the Iñupiat is a 200-mile tributary of the Colville River in the U.S. state of Alaska. Located entirely within the National Petroleum Reserve, it arises in a swamp north of Lookout Ridge in the North Slope Borough. It flows generally east to meet the larger river west of Angoyakvik Pass.
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