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.
Skeins of Brant fly over Izembek Lagoon, part of a globally significant Important Bird Area.
Sealaska clearcut on Dall Island in Southeast Alaska.
Very large-tree old growth is rare in the Tongass, only one-half of one percent of the remaining forest.
This Landmark tree on Kosciusco Island in the Tongass National Forest is included in the land selections in Sealaska Corporation's Congressional bills S.730/H.R.1408.
Bar-tailed Godwits hold the record for the longest nonstop migration of any bird.