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Tufted Puffin. Photo: John Schoen

Millions of birds flock to Alaska each spring from around the globe, making this a crucial place for birds worldwide. From the icy, bountiful waters of the Arctic Ocean to the misty, salmon-rich rainforests of the Tongass National Forest, Audubon Alaska works to conserve Alaska's spectacular birds and other wildlife—and their habitats— to ensure their place for future generations. We employ science and state-of-the-art mapping technology to drive our conservation priorities, with an emphasis on public lands and waters. 

BirdBlog
BirdBlog

BirdBlog

Follow our blog and keep up on latest news and notes on birds and conservation in Alaska.

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News
Press Releases

News

Read current press releases and news articles on birds and conservation in Alaska.

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Climate Change in Alaska
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Climate Change in Alaska

A closer look at recent climate-related impacts

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Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
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Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

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

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Alaska WatchList
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Alaska WatchList

Highlighting Declining and Vulnerable Bird Populations

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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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Climate Change: How You Can Help Birds
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Climate Change

Find out ways to help birds in the face of climate change.

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Our State's Birds

Recent News

Forests on Fire from the Arctic to the Amazon
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Forests on Fire from the Arctic to the Amazon

— It has never been more imperative to keep climate strongholds, like the Tongass, standing.
Massive Oil Project Poses Risks to People, Birds, and Other Wildlife
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Massive Oil Project in AK Poses Risks to People, Birds, and Other Wildlife

— The Willow project raises scientific concerns for this important Arctic ecosystem.
The Colville River Raptors
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The Colville River Raptors

— The three raptor species that nest in the Colville River cliffs are of particular conservation interest.
EPA Withdraws Key Mining Restrictions for Bristol Bay Area
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EPA Withdraws Key Mining Restrictions for Bristol Bay Area

— Agency announced it is withdrawing Obama-era proposed protections.
Roadless Areas of the Tongass National Forest
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Roadless Areas of the Tongass National Forest

— Natalie Dawson and friends "ground-truth" the ancient trees in the roadless areas of the Tongass.
Audubon Advocates for Alaska's Birds and their Habitats
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Audubon Advocates for Alaska's Birds and their Habitats

— Audubon works at both the state and national level to advocate for Alaska's birds.
Audubon’s Voices Stand Up for Bristol Bay’s Birds
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Audubon’s Voices Stand Up for Bristol Bay’s Birds

— Comments from across the country show that Pebble Mine is an international concern for Audubon members.
Bristol Bay Tribes dismiss EPA announcement as corruption at its worst
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Bristol Bay Tribes dismiss EPA announcement as corruption at its worst

— Press release issued today from The United Tribes of Bristol Bay, 6/26/2019.
A Curious Land Formation in the Western Arctic
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A Curious Land Formation in the Western Arctic

— Explore the Pik Dunes
Government Agencies Skirmish Over Inaccurate Environmental Impact Report on Arctic Refuge Drilling
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Government Agencies Skirmish Over Inaccurate Environmental Impact Report on Arctic Refuge Drilling

The Trump administration paints a too-rosy picture of how oil and gas development will impact Alaska’s coastal plain ecology, its own experts say.

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