From temperate rainforest to Arctic tundra wetlands, Alaska is home to a wide range of bird species, including some you can't see anywhere else in North America.
Birding hotlines and email groups are great ways to find out what birds people are seeing where. If you're trying to plan a trip or just want to find good birding spots, Audubon Alaska offers birding maps for Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Kodiak. Find out more about birding maps here.
Have a bird ID question? Try National Audubon's online bird guide for photos, descriptions, sounds, and more.
How you can help, right now
Go virtual birding in Alaska during migration season.
Stuck at home? No problem. See some of the beautiful birds that visit Alaska each year in this slide show!