As part of 2022's Migratory Bird Day, Audubon Alaska partnered with artist and filmmaker Max Romey to create two beautiful posters that celebrate some of the many, many species that migrate to Alaska each spring to feed, breed, and nest. Nearly 250 species rely on vital habitat that is currently underthreat from issues such as climate change, industrial-scale logging, and oil development.
The first, titled Migratory Birds of Alaska, features eight special migratory birds.
The second, titled Eggs of Alaska's Birds, showcases eggs of both migratory and resident birds, some of which are found on our 2017 WatchList and are especially vulnerable to external threats.
You can order a 11" x 14" limited edition print today by emailing email@example.com and each limited edition is signed by Max and printed on heavyweight watercolor paper for $45 each, with $5 shipping and handling.
Half of all proceeds go to Audubon Alaska to help protect Alaska's birds through our research, policy and advocacy work.
Migratory Birds and Conservation Areas featured on Alaska's Migratory Birds Print:
Arctic (Arctic Refuge & Western Arctic)
· Whimbrel: ~8,000 miles round trip from the East Coast of Mexico to the North Slope
· Pectoral Sandpiper: ~1,800 miles round trip from Argentina to the Arctic Refuge
Izembek National Wildlife Refuge
· Brant: ~8,500 miles round trip from Washington State to the Arctic Archipelago (Northern Canada)
· Arctic Tern: ~30,000 miles round trip from Antarctic to Izembek
· Tundra Swan: ~8,000 miles round trip from Central California to Bristol Bay
· Marbled Godwit: ~5,000 miles round trip from Washington, Oregon and Central California to Bristol Bay
Tongass National Forest
· Surf Scoter: ~8,000 miles round trip from Baja to the Tongass and Northwestern Canada
· Pacific Loon: ~6,000 miles round trip Baja California to the Yukon Delta