News and notes on birds and conservation in Alaska
Photo: Milo Burcham
Meet the fascinating fish that feed the landscape of Ambler, Alaska.
Join us in building a better future for birds and people
Sparked by a racist incident last week in Central Park, the new initiative aims to boost recognition and representation of Black people enjoying and studying the natural world.
Meet the birds of the proposed Ambler Road corridor in Alaska.
Problems with the connectivity, lack of accessibility, and an overall break-down of communication means BLM did not adequately connect with the public on this issue.
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of clean water in Hawaii, and the impacts extend all the way to the Chilkat Valley in Southeast Alaska.
a reminder we are part of something bigger.
Join Susan Culliney and her dog Kaimana as the safely explore the area around their home.
A message from Audubon Alaska's Executive Director Natalie Dawson.
What a recent court decision means for Alaska and beyond.
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.
Keep up with Audubon Alaska's conservation work.
We are proud to be part of the 1% for the Planet network. If you own a business, please consider joining 1% for the Planet to support Audubon Alaska’s conservation efforts.
Tell EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to keep large open-pit mines like Pebble Mine out of Bristol Bay.