News and notes on birds and conservation in Alaska
Photo: Milo Burcham
There is still work to be done as we move forward, together.
A note from our Executive Director, Natalie Dawson on why we are here and what we can accomplish together.
An Important Birds Area (IBA) for nesting Aleutian Terns, foraging Tundra Swans, and more.
Indigenous stewardship of land in Canada, Alaska, and beyond are key to reaching biodiversity goals.
With our allies we will bring voices of opposition to protect vital bird habitat and one of our country’s last untouched places from oil and gas drilling.
Joe Biden joins U.S. senators, country music stars, and even President Trump’s son, Donald Trump, Jr. in opposing Pebble Mine.
Learn how you can help us make a difference!
A photographer spent years on rushing streams in the Rocky Mountains documenting the remarkable American Dipper.
The Mexican Duck is now its own species, and the Northwestern Crow officially gets lumped with American Crow.
Meet the fascinating fish that feed the landscape of Ambler, Alaska.
Help secure the future for birds at risk from climate change, habitat loss and other threats. Your support will power our science, education, advocacy and on-the-ground conservation efforts.
Tell the EPA that it is time to protect this vibrant and vital ecosystem using its authority under the Clean Water Act to veto the mine permit.
Keep up with Audubon Alaska's conservation work.