Alaska

Audubon Alaska Fall 2011 print newsletter
Audubon Alaska Fall 2011 print newsletter
Taldi Walter

Audubon Alaska board members.

Audubon Alaska staff.

Gerrit Vyn, Macaulay Library at Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Teshekpuk Lake and the surrounding wetlands in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska support hundreds of thousands of nesting and migrating birds, like this female Red Phalarope.

Gerrit Vyn, Macaulay Library at Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Gerrit Vyn, Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Spectacled Eiders, an Alaska WatchList species, nest near Teshekpuk Lake in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.

Map of Important Bird Areas of Alaska.

Sean Mcallister
Melanie Smith scans for murrelets on the MV Sierra.

Chapter 1: The Tongass National Forest

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Where Cold is Hot: A Murrelet's Eye View of Glacier Bay

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Matt Kirchhoff, Director of Bird Conservation for Audubon Alaska, describes the unusual life history of Southeast Alaskas signature seabirds -- the Marbled Murrelet and the Kittlitzs Murrelet.

David Policansky, National Research Council
Participants at the 2009 Tongass Science Conference.