News and notes on birds and conservation in Alaska
Photo: Milo Burcham
Opening these areas to mining, oil and gas exploration opens some of Alaska’s most critical salmon habitats to potential development without analyzing the impacts of these actions.
One chapter in the story to protect our nation’s rainforest and fight climate change.
Add your voice to an active planning process.
Learn more about D1 lands.
Alaska’s pristine waters are threatened by last ditch efforts by the Trump Administration on BLM Lands.
A note from our executive director, Natalie Dawson.
FAST-41 and why is it bad for birds and Alaska.
We stand with the leaders of Bristol Bay who are calling for permanent protections to the world’s largest wild salmon fishery and one of the most important places for birds on the planet.
The Yup’ik art of sewing feather-lined parkas for babies was nearly lost after the government outlawed the spring waterfowl hunt. Luckily, a centenarian Elder remembered how it’s done.
There is still work to be done as we move forward, together.
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 by using its authority under the Clean Water Act to veto the mine permit once and for all.
Keep up with Audubon Alaska's conservation work.