About Us

We work together to conserve Alaska's incredible birds.

Marbled Godwit. Photo: Joanne Bartkus / Audubon Photography Awards

Audubon Alaska's success stems from our trademark blend of science and policy to protect important habitat for birds and wildlife throughout the state. Our work falls into three primary areas of focus: Climate work, Coastal work, and Community work. You can use the interactive map below to explore the places in Alaska where we are currently active and the type of work we are engaged in (icons represent different areas of focus). Check the buttons to see Importantant Bird Areas and our local Audubon Chapters.  

Audubon Alaska Board
About Us

Audubon Alaska Board

Our board combines a wide range of skills to guide and support Audubon Alaska.

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Learn More About Us

Newsletters and Impact Reports
News

Newsletters and Impact Reports

Keep up with Audubon Alaska's conservation work through our print and electronic newsletters.

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Take Action
Take Action

Take Action

Let policymakers know that birds are important to you.

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What We Do

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Conservation

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Birds that nest in the Arctic Refuge migrate to all 50 states.

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Arctic Ocean
Arctic Ocean

Arctic Ocean

Audubon Alaska works to protect birds and habitat in the Arctic Ocean.

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Western Arctic
Western Arctic

Western Arctic

The Western Arctic abounds with birds and other wildlife.

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Tongass National Forest
Conservation

Tongass National Forest

The Tongass is home to some of the last remaining old-growth temperate rainforest in the world.

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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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How you can help, right now