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Audubon Alaska's Ecological Atlases

Ecological Atlas of Southeast Alaska

Where can you find the highest number of bird species in Southeast Alaska? Where does the habitat of brown and black bears overlap? Audubon Alaska’s Ecological Atlas of Southeast Alaska, answers these questions and more through maps and written descriptions. Audubon Alaska researched data and compiled information from researchers and agencies to create a thorough look at the landscape of Southeast, from human uses such as airports and ferry routes to wildlife uses such as bird and salmon habitat.

Print copies are available for purchase from Audubon Alaska for $105, plus $20 for shipping and handling. To order, contact Heidi DeCoeur at (907) 276-7034 or by email.

Learn more about the Ecological Atlas of Southeast Alaska. 

Download a free electronic version of the Atlas here. 

Ecological Atlas of the Bering, Chukchi, and Beaufort Seas

The Ecological Atlas of the Bering, Chukchi, and Beaufort Seas is a comprehensive, transboundary atlas contains over 100 maps of Arctic marine mammals, seabirds, sea ice, subsistence, and more. The Atlas is organized into six sections that build, layer by layer, the ecological foundation of the Bering, Chukchi, and Beaufort seas. 

Print copies are available for purchase from Audubon Alaska for $105, plus $20 for shipping and handling. To order, contact Heidi DeCoeur at (907) 276-7034 or by email.

Learn more about the Ecological Atlas of the Bering, Chukchi, and Beaufort Seas. 

Download a free electronic version of the Atlas here. 

Ecological Atlas of Alaska's Western Arctic

In July 2016, Audubon Alaska completed a long-term effort to integrate the best available science into a series of maps highlighting key resources within Alaska's Western Arctic. The resulting publication, the Ecological Atlas of Alaska's Western Arctic, helps the reader explore the land­scape and better understand the overlap of wildlife, people, and development to inform conservation and management.

Download a PDF copy of the atlas here or stop by our office to pick a free hard copy. Please call in advance (907) 276-7034. 

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