I work at Alpine. (It's in the Colville River delta about 55 miles west of Deadhorse)
There is waterfowl everywhere...last night there were two pairs of Speckled Bellies and their goslings feeding right outside my room. I watched and listened to them for about 30 minutes or so. Did I remember to bring my camera this hitch? No, of course not.
The camp here is a series of interconnected hallways (think giant ATCOs) up on pilings. The gap between the kitchen/dining area and the "C" wing overlooks a wet, grassy area that's mostly a big puddle. There's a Blue Winged Teal hen (I'm pretty sure it's a Blue-very prominent dark line over the eye) that takes her babies there every day. She's got 12 ducklings! 12! I didn't know Teal could have a brood that big.
There are several pairs of swans, a bunch of Canada's, eiders and a pair of Yellow-billed Loons but I haven't actually seen the loons.
Anyway, the slope is a cool place to work if you like watching wildlife.