Millions of birds nest in Alaska. Where do they go when the season is over? Watch to find out!
Audubon Alaska Comments on NPRA proposed Nov 2012 oil and gas lease sale: Map of Western Arctic Caribou Herd Working Group Areas Recommended as No Lease
Audubon Alaska Comments on November 2012 NPRA proposed Oil and Gas lease sale: Map of Recommended Withheld/No Surface Occupancy Tracts
Tens of thousands of geese rely on Teshekpuk Lake during molting season.
Raptors migrate to Alaska in April, some flying as far as the Colville River in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.
This marine area is an important summer feeding ground for approximately 625,000 birds, including King Eiders, Arctic Terns, Red Phalaropes, Long-tailed Ducks, Black-legged Kittiwakes.