Record number of Senators support bill to permanently protect the coastal plain of the Arctic Refuge as wilderness.
The clearest threat to the Refuge comes in the form of the 2018 congressional budget reconciliation process.
Senators will vote on whether to repeal the US Fish and Wildlife Final Rule, which prevents intensive hunting techniques on National Wildlife Refuges.
Today, the Trump Administration directed the Department of Interior to walk back protections to vital marine areas in the U.S. Arctic Ocean.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Land Transfer Act and the State National Forest Management Act aim to continue large-tree old-growth logging.
Join in an Audubon Christmas Bird Count, the longest running citizen science program!
This amendment to the Tongass management plan takes the first concrete steps to ending old-growth logging.
The new offshore 5-year oil and gas leasing recognizes the importance of the Arctic Ocean.
Audubon Alaska submitted comments on the Greater Mooses Tooth 2 drilling project in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.
Audubon Alaska's new atlas explores everything from climate change to wildlife and human uses of Southeast.
There are many ways to support Audubon Alaska, from various types of donations to participating in a citizen science project. Choose which is best for you!
Audubon Alaska depends on supporters like you to make our science-based conservation success possible.
A gift each month supports bird conservation all year long.
Help defend the towering old-growth trees of the Tongass National Forest from clearcutting.