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Snowy Owl. Photo: Bernard Friel / APA 2015
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A closer look at recent climate-related impacts
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
With 60% of our land federally managed, the Secretary of Interior plays an important role in AK.
A note from our executive director: One of the wonders of our world is a flock of birds moving together in prefect harmony...
In a sweeping series of executive actions, President Biden took a first step in his commitment to combat climate change and address inequality.
Audubon Alaska supports more inclusive decision-making that reflects Tribal concerns.
Bird survival is human survival and birds are telling us they are in trouble. We have no time to lose.
Opening these areas to mining, oil and gas exploration opens some of Alaska’s most critical salmon habitats to potential development without analyzing the impacts of these actions.
One chapter in the story to protect our nation’s rainforest and fight climate change.
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