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Common Loon with chicks. Photo: Stephen Barnum/APA 2018
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Check out this new tool that shows just how vulnerable birds are to climate change across Alaska.
Audubon Alaska is excited to be a partner on this new documentary film highlighting the Tongass National Forest and featuring Natalie Dawson.
Southeast Alaska is a fantastic place to go birding. Explore the area using this virtual trail as your guide.
Learn about Alaska's most important hotspots for breeding, migrating, and wintering birds.
Highlighting Declining and Vulnerable Bird Populations
We need climate action, now. (part of our series on climate change in the Pacific Flyway)
Agency says it will invoke its Clean Water Act authority to block Pebble Mine, a project that would threaten one of the most important places for birds on the planet.
An article from our friend John Wros with The Conservation Fund.
As the areas like the Pacific Flyway heat up, we turn towards nature-based climate solutions for answers.
What you can do to help protect public lands.
The first of three reports finds that the climate is warming at alarming levels, with consequences for communities and for wildlife.
A note from our executive director.
Legislation introduced in the U.S. House will strengthen the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
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