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News and notes on birds and conservation in Alaska

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Current Posts

Roadless Areas of the Tongass National Forest
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Roadless Areas of the Tongass National Forest

— Natalie Dawson and friends "ground-truth" the ancient trees in the roadless areas of the Tongass.
Audubon Advocates for Alaska's Birds and their Habitats
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Audubon Advocates for Alaska's Birds and their Habitats

— Audubon works at both the state and national level to advocate for Alaska's birds.
A Curious Land Formation in the Western Arctic
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A Curious Land Formation in the Western Arctic

— Explore the Pik Dunes
Prince of Wales Island
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Prince of Wales Island

— Where the trees tell an ancient story.
Birds of Bristol Bay: the Tufted Puffin
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Birds of Bristol Bay: the Tufted Puffin

— Let's take a closer look at this colorful character.
 A Conversation with Audubon Alaska's Executive Director
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A Conversation with Audubon Alaska's Executive Director

— Meet Natalie Dawson.
Taking a Closer Look at the Teshekpuk Caribou Herd: Part Three
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Taking a Closer Look at the Teshekpuk Caribou Herd: Part Three - Winter Endurance

— This is a three-part series exploring how expanding oil and gas in Alaska‚Äôs Western Arctic could harm the Teshekpuk Caribou Herd.
Village of Nuiqsut challenges BLM's approval of drilling program in Western Arctic
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Village of Nuiqsut challenges BLM's approval of drilling program

— Audubon Alaska shares their concerns particularly those related to birds and other wildlife.
Arctic Refuge Ramble Series: Part Five
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Arctic Refuge Ramble Series Part Five: The Arctic Coastal Plain

— This is the final post in a series of blog posts by Ben Sullender, Spatial Ecologist at Audubon Alaska. Ben shares his experiences from a journey through the Arctic Refuge.
Arctic Refuge Ramble Series: Part Four
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Arctic Refuge Ramble Series Part Four: Across the Arctic Divide

— By Ben Sullender. This is a series of blog posts by Ben Sullender, Spatial Ecologist at Audubon Alaska who shares his experiences from a journey through the Arctic Refuge.

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