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Snowy Owl at Teshekpuk Lake Special Area in the Western Arctic. Photo: Kiliii Yuyan
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There's a comment period happening for the proposed Ambler Road in the Brooks Range. Here's the who, what, when, where, why, water, wildlife, and Western Arctic Caribou.
Here's a breakdown of the historic actions the Biden administration and Department of the Interior made about America’s Arctic—and what work to further protections still needs to be done.
The recently launched Southeast Alaska Birding Trail mobile app contains all the information visitors need to bird their way through Southeast sans internet.
Learn about Alaska's most important hotspots for breeding, migrating, and wintering birds.
Highlighting Declining and Vulnerable Bird Populations
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And how to combat the invasive European Starling at the home level for the good of Alaska’s native birds.
We talked with Scott Weidensaul, naturalist, author, and migration expert, on the connection between the importance of habitat conservation and a successful migratory journey for the American Golden-Plover.
Robin Mongoyak of Utqiagvik has been documenting the Iñupiat names for bird species on Alaska's North Slope—including pronunciation.
The third installment of the Tullik's Odyssey blog series features Dr. Rosemary Ahtuangaruak, the mayor of Nuiqsut, Alaska in the Western Arctic.
The second installment of the Tullik's Odyssey blog series—this one featuring Shorebird Coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service–Alaska Region Rick Lanctot.
The annual SeaBank report highlights the value of Southeast Alaska’s ecosystem and the importance of intact habitats.
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