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Helping to conserve the spectacular natural ecosystems of Alaska for people, birds, and wildlife since 1977.

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BirdBlog
BirdBlog

BirdBlog

Follow our blog to keep up on the latest news from the Audubon Alaska office.

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On The Wire
On The Wire

On The Wire

Follow along for solutions-based, Alaska-focused bird and conservation news.

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Time to Fly: Alaska’s Bird Festival Season Is Here!
On The Wire

Time to Fly: Alaska’s Bird Festival Season Is Here!

Here’s how Alaska’s annual birding events honor culture and art, benefit tourism and local economies, highlight conservation issues, and truly celebrate birds.

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Ambler Road Is Out of Here!
News

Ambler Road Is Out of Here!

Today we can officially say that our message was heard loud and clear. The Ambler road is effectively stopped, protecting the Brooks Range for future generations.

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The Second Crossing and Southeast Alaska’s Mendenhall Wetlands Important Bird Area
On The Wire

The Second Crossing and Southeast Alaska’s Mendenhall Wetlands Important Bird Area

And the case for Salmon Creek, the last option for the Juneau Douglas Second Crossing to be constructed off the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge.

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Important Bird Areas
Important Bird Areas

Important Bird Areas

Learn about Alaska's most important hotspots for breeding, migrating, and wintering birds.

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Alaska WatchList
Conservation

Alaska WatchList

Highlighting Declining and Vulnerable Bird Populations

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Audubon Alaska's Ecological Atlases
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Audubon Alaska's Ecological Atlases

Order your hard copy of one of our ecological atlases.

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Our State's Birds

Recent News

A First-Timer’s Trip to the Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival
News

A First-Timer’s Trip to the Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival

Homer hosts a spectacular annual bird festival. Here's a recap of the presentations, workshops, and (in)famous bird-calling contest of the 32nd annual event.

Audubon Releases Migration Study Done in the Chilkat Valley on Jilkáat Aani
Press Releases

Audubon Releases Migration Study Done in the Chilkat Valley on Jilkáat Aani

— A new analysis done by the National Audubon Society Science Division demonstrates how the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve Important Bird Area is a major migration passage.
The Importance of the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve IBA to Migratory Birds
News

The Importance of the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve IBA to Migratory Birds

One small study area in Southeast Alaska shocked the Audubon Science Division: The Chilkat Valley is a major migration passage for many Alaska birds.

Ambler Road Is Out of Here!
News

Ambler Road Is Out of Here!

Today we can officially say that our message was heard loud and clear. The Ambler road is effectively stopped, protecting the Brooks Range for future generations.

Interior Announces Strengthened Protections for Special Areas
News

Interior Announces Strengthened Protections for Special Areas

The Western Arctic is home to 13 million acres of Special Areas, some of the most important bird habitat in America’s Arctic—and the planet.

Audubon Hails Administration Move to Strengthen Protections for 13 Million Acres of America’s Arctic
Press Releases

Audubon Hails Administration Move to Strengthen Protections for 13 Million Acres of America’s Arctic

— New rule protects so-called “Special Areas” for wildlife and cultural resources.
Exploring POW’s Part of the Southeast Alaska Birding Trail
BirdBlog

Exploring POW’s Part of the Southeast Alaska Birding Trail

Putting rubber boots on the ground at birding sites in Hollis, Craig, and Klawock on Prince of Wales Island during the 2024 Whale and Bird Fest.

Time to Fly: Alaska’s Bird Festival Season Is Here!
On The Wire

Time to Fly: Alaska’s Bird Festival Season Is Here!

Here’s how Alaska’s annual birding events honor culture and art, benefit tourism and local economies, highlight conservation issues, and truly celebrate birds.

Southeast Alaska Bird Trail—What’s Coming in 2024
BirdBlog

Southeast Alaska Bird Trail—What’s Coming in 2024

Over the coming year, we’ll be working to further improve the Southeast Alaska Birding Trail mobile app and to grow its usage within the region. We plan to expand partnerships with local Southeast Alaska businesses, including adventure guides and outfitters, to elevate the trail’s value.

The Latest on America’s Arctic
BirdBlog

The Latest on America’s Arctic

During last fall's public process for both the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska or Western Arctic, Audubon heavily encouraged comments from the public. Here’s how you came through for the Arctic!

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