The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is both a nursery and a rest stop for many of the world’s migratory birds. Traveling very long distances to get there, birds such as Great White-fronted Geese, Common Eiders, and Semipalmated Sandpipers, rely on the bountiful resources that the Refuge has to offer. Learn more about this amazing place and its importance for birds in our new report Migratory Birds in the Heart of the Arctic: a journey through the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Read all of the reports in this series: Life in the Heart of the Arctic.
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