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2013 Bird of the Year
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Photo credit: Karen Laubenstein, US Fish & Wildlife Service
Teshekpuk Lake is one of Alaska's many Important Bird Areas
Teshekpuk Lake in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska supports hundreds of thousands of nesting and migrating birds, like this female Red Phalarope.
Photo credit: Gerrit Vyn, Macaulay Library at Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Audubon Alaska uses science to guide our conservation efforts.
South Prince of Wales Island in the Tongass National Forest.
Photo credit: John Schoen
Audubon Alaska's WatchList highlights vulnerable or declining bird species.
Spectacled Eiders are on the Alaska WatchList.
Photo credit: Gerrit Vyn, Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
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Tongass National Forest
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2013 Bird Festivals in Alaska
Celebrate Alaska's birds around the state with these fun festivals in 2013.
2013 Great American Arctic Birding Challenge!
2013 Great American Arctic Birding Challenge: March 1-June 1
Audubon CEO Comments on National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska Decision
Published: Feb 21, 2013
Final plan for NPRA protects 11 million acres, including Teshekpuk Lake.
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Bar-tailed Godwits set the world record for long-distance nonstop flights.
Highlighting Declining and Vulnerable Bird Populations ALASKA WATCHLIST 2010
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