The latest news from the Audubon Alaska office
Red-legged Kittiwake, Pribilof Islands, Alaska. Photo: Kathleen Borshanian/Audubon Photography Awards
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We talked with Scott Weidensaul, naturalist, author, and migration expert, on the connection between the importance of habitat conservation and a successful migratory journey for the American Golden-Plover.
Robin Mongoyak of Utqiagvik has been documenting the Iñupiat names for bird species on Alaska's North Slope—including pronunciation.
The third installment of the Tullik's Odyssey blog series features Dr. Rosemary Ahtuangaruak, the mayor of Nuiqsut, Alaska in the Western Arctic.
The second installment of the Tullik's Odyssey blog series—this one featuring Shorebird Coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service–Alaska Region Rick Lanctot.
An interview with River Gates, Pacific Shorebird Conservation Initiative Coordinator with National Audubon Society, on the American Golden-Plover Southbound Migration Project.
The annual SeaBank report highlights the value of Southeast Alaska’s ecosystem and the importance of intact habitats.
Follow tagged American Golden-Plovers from Alaska to Argentina to highlight the importance of migratory bird habitat.
Over the past year, Audubon has crafted an exciting new five-year strategic plan. The aptly named Flight Plan focuses on three core strategic drivers ...
The American Golden-Plover— a medium-sized, black-bellied wading bird—makes one of the longest migration journeys of any bird.
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