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.
Audubon Alaska's new atlas explores everything from climate change to wildlife and human uses of Southeast.
This marks the first time Congress has voted on legislation to designate Wilderness in the Arctic Refuge.
The Forest Service needs to transition out of old-growth logging within 5 years.
The US Fish & Wildlife Service announced a decision not to list Prince of Wales wolves as endangered.
BLM grants permits for Greater Mooses Tooth 1 project.
The True Culprit behind Drastic Wolf Declines in the Tongass
Court Upholds Interior Department's Decision Against Building a Road
Agency gave Shell the stamp of approval to drill in fragile Arctic Ocean, despite threats.
For stories from January 1, 2014 to the present go to Audubon Alaska in the News.
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