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News and notes on birds and conservation in Alaska

Photo: Milo Burcham

Current Posts

Eudora Roadless Area on Prince of Wales Island
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Eudora Roadless Area on Prince of Wales Island

A Spotlight on the Prince of Wales Spruce Grouse.

Castle Roadless Area on Kupreanof Island
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Castle Roadless Area on Kupreanof Island

A spotlight on Northern Goshawks.

Keeping the Roadless Rule in AK
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Keeping the Roadless Rule in AK

Exempting Alaska’s Tongass National Forest from the Roadless Rule Would be a Mistake

The Calder, El Capitan, and Salmon Bay Roadless Areas on Prince of Wales Island
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The Calder, El Capitan, Salmon Bay Roadless Areas on Prince of Wales Island

A Spotlight on Prince of Wales Flying Squirrels.

The BLM’s Federal Land Giveaway
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The BLM’s Federal Land Giveaway

Nearly 2 million acres of land in Alaska were opened to mining by the Department of Interior with no public notice.

Climate Change Action Begins with Alaska
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Climate Change Action begins with Alaska

— Alaska is America’s front line for climate change, and the time for action is now!
An Experience of Awe and Wonder
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An Experience of the Awe and Wonder

— A trip through the Arctic Refuge.
As the Roadless Rule remains in limbo, island animals are threatened by a new timber sale
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As the Roadless Rule remains in limbo, island animals are threatened by a new timber sale

— One of the islands most at risk in the Central Tongass Project is Kuiu Island.
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.
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.

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