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Massive new oil project poses risks to Arctic birds and wildlife
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Massive new oil project poses risks to Arctic birds and wildlife

Fast-tracked Willow development project shifts into high-gear in the Western Arctic.

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Changes to Roadless Rule puts Alaska’s old-growth forests at risk
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Changes to Roadless Rule puts Alaska’s old-growth forests at risk

Process to write Alaska-specific rule could open protected areas to logging.

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Audubon Alaska Honored by the Coast Guard for Bering Strait Mapping
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Audubon Alaska Honored by the Coast Guard for Bering Strait Mapping

Audubon Alaska received a Public Service Commendation from the USCG for Audubon's recommendations regarding Areas to be Avoided in the Bering Strait Port Access Route Study.

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News & Updates

Sneaky Budget Riders Imperil Tongass Trees
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Sneaky Budget Riders Imperil Tongass Trees

Tongass-related legislative riders could get attached to the federal government's omnibus appropriations bill.

Audubon Flying to Court for Izembek National Wildlife Refuge
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Audubon Flying to Court for Izembek National Wildlife Refuge

— Audubon and other conservation groups filed a lawsuit today challenging the recent land transfer agreement.
Department of the Interior Agrees to Trade Away Vital Bird Habitat
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Department of the Interior Agrees to Trade Away Vital Bird Habitat

— The Trump administration is doubling down on its irresponsible management of our nation’s public lands and waters.
Teshekpuk Lake: A Wildlife Safe Haven
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Teshekpuk Lake: A Wildlife Safe Haven

A new report highlights Teshekpuk Lake in the Western Arctic - an ecological hotspot of global significance.

New Report Highlights Threatened, World-Class Wildlife in the Western Arctic
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New Wildlife Report Highlights Threatened, World-Class Wildlife in the Western Arctic

The Western Arctic is an ecological hotspot of global significance.

New Oil Findings Don’t Change Responsibility to Protect Western Arctic Natural Wonders
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New Oil Findings Don’t Change Responsibility to Protect Western Arctic Natural Wonders

— Wildlife values abound both onshore and offshore in the Western Arctic.
What do taxes, health care, and the Arctic Refuge all have in common?
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What do taxes, health care, and the Arctic Refuge all have in common?

They all appear in the monster tax reform package that Congress is aiming to pass in early December.

Senator Murkowski Attaches Habitat-Threatening Language to Draft Appropriations Bill
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Senator Murkowski Attaches Habitat-Threatening Language to Draft Appropriations Bill

— The budget rider would undo the 2016 Tongass Land Management Plan amendment.
The 2,000-Acre Footprint Myth
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The 2,000-Acre Footprint Myth

The truth behind the deceptive figure used to justify drilling in the Arctic Refuge.

Tongass National Forest Threatened by the Congressional Review Act
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Tongass National Forest Threatened by the Congressional Review Act

Lawmakers may use the CRA to undo the Tongass Land Management Plan amendment.

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