The latest news from the Audubon Alaska office
Red-legged Kittiwake, Pribilof Islands, Alaska. Photo: Kathleen Borshanian/Audubon Photography Awards
The American Golden-Plover— a medium-sized, black-bellied wading bird—makes one of the longest migration journeys of any bird.
The recently launched Southeast Alaska Birding Trail mobile app contains all the information visitors need to bird their way through Southeast sans internet.
On January 25, the National Roadless Rule was officially restored to the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska by the Biden administration. There are a couple reasons why this is important.
The app offers maps, site details and directions, species checklists, and more than 200 birding sites across 18 communities in Southeast Alaska.
Read more about Julia's travel to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to interview local Iñupiat and Gwich’in elders.
How do we save what we love?
Schantz Scholars Speak to Audubon Alaska
Why 13-year-old photographer Noah Saari wants you to enjoy the spring migration
What you can do to help protect public lands.
by Natalie Dawson
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