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News and notes on birds and conservation in Alaska

Photo: Milo Burcham

Current Posts

SWOOSH...
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Swoosh...

a reminder we are part of something bigger.

Bird Walks with Susan Culliney
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Photos from a bird walk in Anchorage

Join Susan Culliney and her dog Kaimana as the safely explore the area around their home.

We Are Not Alone
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We are not alone.

A message from Audubon Alaska's Executive Director Natalie Dawson.

A Win for the Tongass National Forest and a Win for the Rule of Law
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A Win for the Tongass National Forest and a Win for the Rule of Law

What a recent court decision means for Alaska and beyond.

The Shifting Winds of Alaska’s Climate Change Politics
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The Shifting Winds of Alaska’s Climate Change Politics

Saying goodbye to HR 12.

NEPA Rollback in Alaska
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NEPA Rollback in Alaska

Learn why it threatens Alaskans’ “coexistence” for communities and the natural world

When Everything is Not OK
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When Everything is Not OK

What do we do when we know everything is not okay? We work together to lessen the impact.

Seeing the Forest for the Trees
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Seeing the Forest for the Trees

Individual Actions Add up to Massive Public Support for the Tongass.

Smoke and Mirrors
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Smoke and Mirrors

Taking a closer look at Alternative B in the draft Environmental Impact Statement for the NPR-A management plan.

The NPR-A, where birds raise their young and dance for their mates.
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The NPR-A, Where Birds Raise their Young and Dance for their Mates

Meet the baby owlets, fuzzy goslings, and dancing shorebirds that live in the Western Arctic.

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