News and notes on birds and conservation in Alaska
Photo: Milo Burcham
As the Interior Department launches a new environmental review, conservation groups want Congress to change the law behind the leases.
Two bills being considered in Congress would help make outdoor spaces more inclusive by making access more equitable.
Birds tell us we need to Restore Our Earth.
To power perilous journeys, birds undergo extreme feats like doubling their body weight and rearranging or even consuming their internal organs.
Climbing towards climate solutions.
What does it mean to protect half of nature?
Survival by Degrees: the new Alaska Climate Brief takes a closer look at the threats facing birds in Alaska.
With 60% of our land federally managed, the Secretary of Interior plays an important role in AK.
A note from our executive director: One of the wonders of our world is a flock of birds moving together in prefect harmony...
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.
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